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Few attendees and no public input at online presentation of proposed $41.2m facility.
The Glory Hall plans to continue the fight to get permitted.
A bone marrow transplant from a woman hundreds of miles away helped this Juneau child survive.
City budget approved by Finance Committee rejects mill rate increase, adds funds for social programs.
More taxes for thee, not me; more community projects for me, not thee among ’unsurprising’ results
Jurors watched multiple angles of the events leading and following the stabbing.
The death is not considered suspicious.
Another ‘Classics’ in the books.
The prosecution and defense paint different contexts for the events which ended in a death.
Assist. U.S. Commerce Secretary Alejandra Castillo visits SE Native coalition seeking up to $100M
Volunteers are bringing what was neglected back to light.
Government, industry officials in Seattle, Canda and Juneau set goal of net-zero emmisions by 2050.
Multiple Coast Guard assets were deployed but no sign of the woman was found
The process, which can take several days, precedes the opening statements by the defense and prosecution.
The ceremony was held for Peace Officers Memorial Day.
Regions and species see wildly variably conditions due to climate and COVID-19, according to two new NOAA reports.
Assembly considers items on its “decision list” as budget process moves along.
Record payments to residents OK’d by state Senate could cost city school bond debt reimbursement.
Further food for thought.
The three suspects, arrested across the Southeast over the last four years, were not related to each other.