The 20-foot-long sculpture was made by Lingít artist Robert Mills last year during the pandemic
A local port engineer who worked on the grant says his takeaway is that aging marine infrastructure in Haines and Cordova were higher priority than improving Juneau’s relatively new cruise ship docks to reduce emissions.
Mayor Dave Bronson’s administration has seen a half dozen or so resignations or firings recently weeks among officials working on the city’s response to homelessness.
A representative of many property owners with appeals say they intend to keep fighting their assessments in state court.
Ketchikan recently suffered slowdowns after Canadian fiber optic cables connecting Ketchikan with Seattle were severed in at least two places.
Health officials say the spread of the virus is not decreasing.
Now that Resurrection Lutheran Church has its permit approved, it can start housing people when the weather gets below freezing.
The City and Borough of Juneau and the Tlingit and Haida Central Council are both steering extra money to child care services in Juneau.
Users will see an estimated breakdown of the programs and services supported by their sales and property tax dollars.
One of the fundraiser’s organizer’s described the council’s request as the “definition of censorship”