Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings’ initial offer went to the City and Borough of Juneau government. But most Juneau Assembly members didn’t like how that would look, and turned it down.
For Andrew Jylkka, starting a micro bakery in a new city in the middle of a pandemic only cemented his commitment to keep community and connection at the forefront of his business.
Alice Bioff’s designs merge traditional and cultural Alaska Native values with modern materials.
The stove shortage is yet another symptom of the COVID-19 pandemic.
The lawsuit asked for Terry Baker to get her job back. Instead, the company agreed to pay her in back wages and other compensation.
As of July, Alaska had made up less than half of its COVID-related job losses.
Sullivan suggested that Facebook doesn’t want to impose time limits for young people because it would hurt profits.
Two members of Governor Mike Dunleavy’s cabinet who are trustees — Revenue Commissioner Lucinda Mahoney and Natural Resources Commissioner Corri Feige — voted against the corporation’s budget proposal.
The state has requested proposals from prospective consultants “to investigate the potential for a carbon offset credit program based on carbon sequestration on state lands.”
Juneau restaurant Black Moon Koven opened up this spring, very elusively and mostly through word of mouth. Its dark, moody ambiance has drawn a cult following.