Armed with informative graphics and a handful of jokes, Rain Coast Data owner Meilani Schijvens updated Juneau Chamber of Commerce members on Southeast by the Numbers, an economic publication Schijvens produced for Southeast Conference.
The Alaska Marine Highway System will raise most fares by 4.5 percent starting May 1, the Alaska Department of Transportation announced Thursday afternoon.
Tickets booked after Jan. 1 for travel after May 1 will reflect the new rates.
The Road is dead. Long live the Road.
During his campaign, Gov. Bill Walker said he would look at every large project as a potential place to cut state spending.
Then oil prices crashed, and "potential" was removed from the sentence.
The Juneau-Douglas High School boys basketball team ran with the high octane East Anchorage Thunderbirds on Thursday, falling 76-61 in a T-Bird Classic Tournament game that featured eight lead changes and seven ties.
It's been a good week for Fairbanks writer Frank Soos and his wife, visual artist Margo Klass. First, Soos found out in a phone call that he'd been named the new Alaska State Writer Laureate as part of the Governors Awards for the Arts for 2015.
When a dancer says they want to pursue a professional career, critics abound. Former Juneau-Douglas High School student and dancer Kaitlin Niewoehner is one of the exceptions for those able to make ends meet by being light on their feet.
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