Sealaska Heritage Institute recently announced the opera’s development which will be based on the true story of the Tlingit-Russian War in 1802 and 1804.
The extra two days of operation is in appreciation of all their guests and regulars that enjoyed the mountain this season.
There was no damage reported to any houses in downtown Juneau after Tuesday night’s slides.
Seven more buses are on order that will run on Juneau’s renewable hydroelectric power.
The Mendenhall Wastewater Treatment Plant serves roughly 20,000 people, but it’s producing sewage experts would expect from about 50,000.
A city official says its arrival is all the more reason to get vaccinated and continue other preventative measures, like masking and social distancing.
Officials are considering new risk metrics and more relaxed requirements for social distancing, masks and indoor gatherings based on the community’s vaccination rate.
While the state of Alaska hasn’t weighed in yet on what an extended delay or potential loss of the single-dose Johnson & Johnson vaccine would do to its plans, some providers say it isn’t much of a burden.
Juneau is the only regular cruise ship stop in Alaska that offers wastewater service to ships in port.
If the initial paperwork is OK, the activists will have 30 days to collect nearly 3,000 signatures from local voters to get three cruise ship questions on the fall ballot.