Alaska Marine Lines, a subsidiary of global shipping giant Lynden, posted a notice to customers Tuesday saying prices would rise 5% on all its routes including Southeast Alaska, the Aleutian Islands and Prince William Sound.
Text messages and meeting notes show that behind the scenes, leaders of the Alaska Department of Natural Resources have been collaborating with Pebble to create the final piece of Pebble’s application.
The artwork of Tlingit artist Rico Lanáat’ Worl will be featured on a new postage stamp set for distribution next year.
Juneau Afternoon will be on break from November 23-December 1. Please check out our online schedule at ktoo.org to see what’s on the calendar for local specials and holiday programming on KTOO 104.3 and KRNN 102.7. We will resume our live show on Wednesday, December 2, 2020 with Sheli DeLaney as your host. Have a…
Federal investigators say they’re baffled over what caused an air ambulance over Southeast Alaska to rapidly plunge into the water in January of last year — killing all three aboard.
According to a timeline of the events written by the Department of Law, the governor’s office did not request a human resources investigation until June 11, at least 68 days after the woman’s supervisor in the governor’s office became aware of the misconduct and informed Ben Stevens, Dunleavy’s chief of staff.
The COVID-19 pandemic came at a rough time for Alaska. The state was just beginning to climb out of its recession and was projected to see economic growth. Instead, as the pandemic unfolded and shut down the tourism season, businesses closed and a record number of Alaskans found themselves out of work.
Soldotna Republican Sen. Peter Micciche helped organize a meeting of the Senate Republicans on Nov. 13. He said he’s “very optimistic” that the Republicans will be forming a majority.
Cheryl Snyder hosts on Friday, November 20. On today’s show, we’ll hear how the Public Market is re-imaging their 37-year tradition of an annual Thanksgiving weekend holiday retail show. The Juneau Symphony will preview the online premiere of “Hope and Heritage.” ROCK Juneau will highlight their Kindness Festival, and the Eaglecrest Foundation shares details about…
In this newscast: New travel requirements from the State of Alaska take effect this Saturday; Yesterday, 30-year-old Joshua Allen Shaff was arrested and charged with the murder of 69-nyear-old Majid Sateri; Next year’s budget hasn’t been approved yet, but ConocoPhillips Alaska says it’s planning to restart some of its drilling projects on the North Slope; In this new study, scientists have linked warming Arctic temperatures, changing wind patterns and shifting currents to the movement of pollock; Two weeks into an outbreak, the number of COVID-19 cases at Goose Creek Correctional Center in Point MacKenzie keeps climbing.