The two most appealing sites for both homeowners concerned about noise and ATV and motocross enthusiasts are out the road.
Alaska is not a right-to-work state. But with a Republican dominated legislature and executive branch, it is seen as a state where legislation could pass.
How much will Juneau water and sewer rates have to increase to cover the costs of replacing old pipes?
Glacial recession impacts on fish and invertebrates previewed at Southeast Alaska Watershed Symposium
Four Juneau teachers and a community program partner have been recognized by the Alaska Association for Career and Technical Education as 2013 Outstanding Teachers.
Eleven students put together a live, 10-minute television newscast every week for their video production class. They shoot the video, write the scripts, and edit their stories.
Traditional Tlingit culture is filled with spiritual presence and powers that exist within and beyond direct experience. That’s according to University of Alaska Anchorage Anthropology Professor Steve Langdon.
“I keep hearing that I can enroll by phone or mail. Is this true?” And other things you’ve been wondering.
Bartlett Regional Hospital interim CEO says the hospital will easily keep moving forward while the board looks for a permanent head.
“The whole history of the Shrine is just everyday people in Juneau and outside of Juneau who have just loved it,” says Shrine executive director Deirdre Darr.
Alaska Energy and Resources Company will join Avista subsidiary Avista Utilities by July 2014, pending the approval of state and federal regulators, as well as AERC shareholders.
Scholars and culture-bearers gather in Juneau this week for a clan conference focusing on Tlingit knowledge and traditions. It runs Wednesday night through Sunday morning at the capital city’s Centennial Hall.
“People of all denominations or no denomination felt comfortable coming to the Shrine and that’s been the flavor ever since and that’s something that I would never want to see lost,” says former Shrine director Thomas Fitterer.
Juneau’s Greens Creek Mine has won an award for its traffic safety system at the Admiralty Island operation.
What do Dolly Parton, the Juneau Public Library, and Alaska’s First Lady Sandy Parnell have in common? Children’s Books, and lots of them. On Wednesday morning, library programs coordinator Beth Weigel and Mrs. Parnell read to an attentive group of kids at the downtown Library.
Yesterday we brought you the first story in a two part series on the push for biomass energy in Southeast Alaska. Supporters believe wood biomass could be a solution to high energy and heating costs in the region, which continues to be dependent on fossil fuels. But fossil fuels are considered a dirty source of…