A Juneau man who was shot in the face Tuesday night has been medevac’d to Harborview Medical Center in Seattle. Juneau police say the 33-year-old unnamed man was shot at a home in the 3000 block of Glacierwood Drive in the Mendenhall Valley. Police responded to the home at 10:39 p.m. to find the man…
The holidays are upon us and several local non-profits are looking for some elves to help Santa deliver a little Christmas cheer to area families. As Casey Kelly reports, it’s not too late to give.
Ketchikan Superior Court Judge Trevor Stephens is the new presiding judge for the First Judicial District, which encompasses Juneau and the rest of Southeast Alaska. Alaska Supreme Court Chief Justice Walter Carpeneti yesterday (Tuesday) appointed the presiding judges for the state’s four judicial districts. Superior Court Judge Ben Esch has been named presiding judge for…
Stephen Wright, president of the Juneau chapter of the Alaska State Employees Association, has died.
Alaska’s Marine Highway System is asking the Legislature to budget $22 million for new fast ferry engines. But it may not use the money if a lawsuit against the shipbuilder succeeds.
In the past, the city had contracted with the League of Women Voters to do the budget survey. But the League’s proposed change in format from a telephone poll to a mail-out survey, and the desire to have results sooner caused the Assembly to go with the private, Juneau-based McDowell Group.
Juneau’s Bartlett Regional Hospital has a new management contract. The board of directors for the city-owned facility has approved a new three-year deal with Quorum Health Resources, the hospital announced last night (Monday) in a press release.
The Alaska Marine Highway System is making it easier for horse-owners to travel with their animals.
Douglas has a new Treadwell Mine Historic Park. The City and Borough Assembly Monday night named the historic district within Savviko Park after the old mine.