Democratic candidate for governor Les Gara recently campaigned in Juneau. The candidate sat down to talk about why he’s running, the state’s finances and how he thinks the new ranked choice voting system will play out.
Supporters of mariculture in Alaska are working to build a $100 million industry out of shellfish and seaweed over the next two decades.
One lane on the highway is open for emergency vehicles, but it is closed to the public.
The city manager has proposed a project list that includes initial funding for a new city hall, extra money for escalating renovation costs at the Augustus Brown Pool, planning for a multi-use path through the Lemon Creek area and planning for a second road crossing to Douglas Island.
Most students who attend public elementary schools in Alaska spend their days learning indoors, but one Juneau teacher is making sure his students have at least a little time with Mother Nature.
Centennial Hall is once again alive with the sounds of fiddles and banjos — not just on the main stage, but in the entryways and hallways, where musicians pull up folding chairs for impromptu jam sessions.
The Juneau Assembly was one vote short of suspending the sister city relationship. But Mayor Beth Weldon will be sending a letter to her counterpart in Vladivostok that conveys the Assembly’s condemnation of Putin and the war, and its support for Ukraine.
This summer, Discovery Southeast will partner with some veteran trackers to lead a certification course aimed at adults.
Thunder Mountain High School went into lockdown for about 30 minutes this afternoon.
The owners want to sell so they can focus on their health.