Cathy Munoz

Munoz stumps for Wilson, Thomas; looks forward to 2013 session

With no opponents this election cycle, Juneau Representative Cathy Munoz has spent much of the campaign season attending regional gatherings, such as Southeast Conference and the Alaska Native Brotherhood Grand Camp, or helping fellow Republicans with their campaigns. She’s also had time to think about her priorities for the upcoming 28th Alaska Legislature. Munoz has…

Beth Kerttula

Unopposed Kerttula works new district

Juneau Democratic State Rep. Beth Kerttula has been getting to know the residents and issues in her new district this fall. House District 32 encompasses Juneau, Petersburg, Kupreanof, Gustavus, Tenakee and Skagway.

Juneau Assembly declines to get involved in Auke Bay speed limit issue

The Juneau Assembly this week decided not to request lower speed limits as part of an Alaska Department of Transportation project in the Auke Bay area. That means the section of Glacier Highway from Auke Lake to the intersection with Back Loop Road will continue to be designed for a 40 mile per hour speed…

Live Blog: Hoonah homicide trial day 8

Day eight of the trial in the case of John Marvin, Jr. gets underway on Tuesday. Marvin is accused of causing the deaths of Hoonah police officers Matthew Tokuoka and Sgt. Anthony Wallace on August 28, 2010. District Attorney Dave Brower is prosecuting the case. Sgt. Michelyn Manrique, supervising investigator, is assisting him at the prosecutor’s…

Brent Fischer

CBJ, Juneau Community Foundation to team up on ice rink study

Juneau Parks and Recreation Director Brent Fischer says the city cannot afford to operate an ice rink at Dimond Park in the Mendenhall Valley. In a presentation to the Juneau Assembly Committee of the Whole Monday, Fischer cited declining use at the city’s only current indoor ice facility – Treadwell Arena – plus the cost…

Merrill Sanford retreat

Juneau Assembly makes progress on “big picture” goals list

Juneau Mayor Merrill Sanford says the CBJ Assembly made good progress Saturday at its annual goal setting retreat. But he expects at least one more meeting before the annual list of Assembly and staff priorities for the coming year is finalized. “I think we got a bunch of different topics addressed out there,” Sanford said.…

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