There are still questions about how to make the young growth timber industry viable in Southeast Alaska. But some customers are seeking out the material.
Deckhand Dave’s owner David McCasland says the lot will contain at least five other seasonal vendors, in addition to his fish taco stand. His goal is to open by May 1 and operate through the cruise season.
Soccer fans in Alaska’s capital city had few options to watch Sunday’s World Cup final. Fortunately, Coppa opened early to screen the match between France and Croatia.
Each spring, about 50 pickers young and old get paid a few bucks a pound to collect spruce tips during a short harvest window in small town Gustavus.
Four middle school students from Noorvik Aqqaluk School visited Juneau this week as part of the statewide Sister School Exchange program. At least one Dzantik’i Heeni student traveled to Noorvik, too.
The Alaska legislature has a lot on its plate trying to fix the state’s multi-billion dollar budget deficit. Economist Gunnar Knapp says Alaskans have been very good at announcing what they don’t want, but now they need to think about what they will accept.Sometimes a scoop of ice cream or a swig of beer can help that reality go down easier.
Charles Carroll, 27, pled guilty to breaking into Rejuvenation Spa. Co-defendant Berton Tullis is headed to trial in February.
The better the turnout in Tuesday’s municipal elections, the cheaper the coffee on Wednesday.
The new bicycle repair station in the flats neighborhood of downtown Juneau has a bike rack, a bike stand, a pump and an array of tools.
Jill Weitz visited KXLL to talk about events happening in Juneau to celebrate Alaska fisheries and the Salmon Beyond Borders campaign. The group will be serving up salmon, beer and ice cream at the Juneau Yacht Club.