There will be a meeting of all persons interested in being part of the Anway Cabin Restoration...
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From Our Listeners
Every Friday there is a Walk & Talk to a different location so please check here and listen...
The public is invited to participate in a special morning devoted to the young children of...
Gov. earmarks $35M for Juneau road
A road out of Juneau may break ground this fall with an infusion of new funding. Republican Gov.
Current Road Conditions - Highways and Public Works - Government of Yukon
Government of Yukon, Highways and Public Works - current highway conditions of the Yukon
Love Words from Turtle Island
A remix of our 2013 valentine's day video, "Indigenous Love Words Project". This is a collection of different Indigenous people expressing the phrase/concept...
Freeze and thaw: What this winter’s weather means for Juneau gardeners
January was the warmest and wettest on record in Juneau. While many people enjoyed the mild weather, some plants and insects were jolted out of hibernation.
Images show the difference of snow pack coverage from 2013 to 2014. If southern SE Alaska does not receive more snow at high elevations this winter the lack of snowmelt runoff in late spring and early summer will affect hydro power generation. There is a winter storm warning and advisory issued for southern SE Alaska through early Wednesday morning calling for 2 to 9 inches. Your Southeast Alaska forecast is always on www.weather.gov/juneau.
Jury largely acquits Haines game guide, three hunters
A jury on Friday acquitted, in large part, a big game guide from Haines and three hunters from Canada of violating a federal conservation law.
Jury deliberates in federal wildlife trial
Prosecutors trying a big game guide from Haines and three of his clients say "greed for money and need for a trophy" was the motivation for illegal acts during two mountain goat hunts in Haines that went awry in 2010 and 2011.