They’re creepy. They’re crawly. And in Alaska, they’re the bane of any fishing expedition.
This Wednesday, the fall phase of work on the City and Borough of Juneau’s Downtown Street Improvements Project will begin.
Entering the final day for candidates to register for the municipal election, there are still a few details that need to be worked out.
Today, Goldbelt Inc. is a booming Alaska Native corporation that owns lands throughout Southeast Alaska and has thrived in the realms of logging and tourism.
A Juneau man died Saturday from a gunshot wound to the head, according to a Juneau Police Department press release.
A fire broke out at a home on Fritz Cove Road on Saturday night, Capital City Fire/Rescue Assistant Chief Tod Chambers said, but nobody was hurt.
A Saturday morning blaze in Switzer Village resulted in the total loss of a double-wide trailer. The home didn’t have any humans inside during the fire, but fire crew found a dead dog in the burned-out structure and two live cats, which were given over to animal control.
Kevin Allen is hoping that the third time will be the charm.
Housing First might be expanding sooner than planned, and the city might again help foot the bill.
A woman became violent after being caught stealing from a downtown jewelry store in July, according to charging documents, and she was indicted on robbery and theft charges.