The last day to ride the Mount Roberts Tramway for 2019 was Wednesday, Oct. 2.
The school closed long ago. There is no city or tribal council. A proposed mine nearby could change all that. But what’s the risk?
A mine built Red Devil. It also left behind enough pollution to require a federal government clean up, and some people are still not supposed to eat the fish.
How do you you restart a city government? Red Devil residents are making phone calls to find out.
“Molly of Denali” is the first national children’s TV show to feature an Alaska Native lead. Some of the show’s creators came to Juneau and put on a vocal acting workshop to help local kids find their own voices.
With a capital budget passed, the Alaska Housing Finance Corp. said it will dole out checks to charities that have been trying to keep Alaskans off the streets. But those checks will only go so far.
The restoration totals about $9 million and includes $6.8 million to Head Start and $1.2 million to early childhood grants.
Transgendered Ketchikan started as a Facebook group and became a weekly meet-up for members of the LGBTQ community.
There are 42,000 children living in Alaska households that receive some form of public assistance, and the state’s budget cuts will likely touch all of them.
A trip to the emergency room can be a crucial window to assist people in their recovery. Now some providers are giving patients a medicine to ease the transition so they can seek additional care. Recently, a hospital in Juneau completed one year of this program with encouraging results.