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Ucore has contracted with SRK Consulting of Vancouver, BC, to compile baseline data and qualitative results from ongoing engineering studies to produce a formal Plan of Operations for the Bokan Project.
The Governor's Office is hoping for sunny weather for the fifth annual Governor's Family Picnic.
Work is scheduled to begin in October on an update to a Juneau-area harbor. Statter Harbor, at Auke Bay, is set to get a sea walk, picnic pavilion and added parking.
Juneau artist Ricky Tagaban holds a Chilkat headband with sea otter fur and shot gun shells.
Coast Guard conducts dual medevacs in Southeast: The U.S. Coast Guard conducted two medevacs in Southeast on Sunday, deploying responders to aide an injured 21-year-old female aboard a fishing vessel near Kendrick Bay and to airlift an ailing cruise ship passenger near Zarembo Island.
It ranked 5th best city for mild weather lovers by Wallet Hub, who looked at which cities consumers could move to in order to protect themselves for having to pay for weather-related costs.
Something foul is in the air in Fairbanks, Alaska's Golden Heart city, and this time it's not woodsmoke smog.
A Mendenhall Glacier ice cave that had become a popular but increasingly dangerous attraction has collapsed, according to the U.S. Forest Service.
AWARE staff, board members and Rep. Cathy Munoz stand on land being cleared for the new transitional housing facility.
This undated image provided by the National Park Service shows an eagle feeds a chick in a nest on the Channel Islands.
The Rural Alaska Community Action Program, Inc. announces that Jacqueline Dailey of Juneau was recently elected president of the board of directors.
A controversial half-billion-dollar road out of Juneau has been delayed again, ending chances construction could start as soon as this fall.
First, at 3 p.m. Sunday, July 20, Seattle author Arleen Williams will visit the downtown Winslow store to discuss her first novel "Running Secrets."
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Updated: Wed Jul 23, 2014 07:47 am
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