Sheli DeLaney hosts on Tuesday, September 22, 2020. On Tuesday’s show, The Juneau School District’s Superintendent Weiss will give us an update on public schools. St. Vincent De Paul will tell us about the Friends of the Poor Walk. And the Downtown Business Association will outline the Color Run. That’s Juneau Afternoon on Tuesday at…
Instead of heading to the polls, registered voters should have received a ballot in their mailbox. There are a few different options for returning that ballot.
Police identified the body that washed up Sept. 3 as that of 60-year-old Juneau resident Stephen Wayne Todd.
A group called Environmental Investigation Agency recorded Pebble CEO Tom Collier speaking on a video conference call with people he thought were potential investors. They weren’t.
Sen. Sullivan says a large Russian naval exercise happening in the Bering Sea at the same time as the triple aircraft intercept demonstrates that the Arctic has become a flashpoint.
The shop’s owner said that “Heather Lende pretty much saved the bookstore for the summer.”
Maniilaq officials say six of the residents are showing symptoms of the virus, and all of them are medically isolated in Buckland.
According to state gaming manager Katrina Mitchell, this marks the first time any sort of online gaming has been permitted in Alaska.
Red Dog suspended outbound travel from the mine to regional communities on Sept. 16.
Local doctors attribute the low death rate to a number of factors, from aggressive restrictions early on to widespread testing to the state’s geography.