The land right outside Rue’s house is fairly new. And there’s a geologic explanation for why the view has changed so much since his kids were small.
Curious Juneau examines why Gastineau Channel isn’t maintained as a through waterway. Instead most vessels have to take the long way around Douglas Island.
Because some land in the refuge is privately owned, different rules for shotgun use technically applies.
A small plane made an emergency landing into the Mendenhall Wetlands State Game Refuge Friday after losing power.
The 71-year-old wooden tugboat Challenger that became a Seattle bunk-and-breakfast and later a home for a Juneau family has been dismantled and disposed.
State and federal agencies are readying boom and preparing to haze birds as the 96-foot Challenger is raised as early as Sunday.
The Juneau Planning Commission opted not to put a rezone request for the 82-acre property back on the table.
When Jim King was appointed to the City and Borough of Juneau’s first Parks and Recreation Advisory Committee in 1968, the Capital City didn’t even have a Parks and Rec department.