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Local manager named one of '40 under 40'

Juneau businessman Jim Scholz, 38, has been chosen by the Alaska Journal of Commerce and the Anchorage Chamber of Commerce as one of Alaska's...
Klepinger found guilty on charge of mail fraud

Federal prosecutors said they haven't decided whether to retry Juneau businessman Kenneth Klepinger for fraud after a jury brought back a split verdict this week. The verdict was announced Tuesday afternoon in...
Juneau businessman, statesman passes

Elton Engstrom Jr., a former Juneau legislator and current business owner, has passed.
Juneau Empire Story Archive

...CHANDONNET THE JUNEAU EMPIRE A Juneau businessman pleaded no contest Archives A Juneau businessman pleaded no contest Thursday...The Juneau Empire Online A Juneau businessman pleaded no contest Thursday...
Man convicted for billing fraud

A Juneau businessman pleaded no contest Thursday to a felony after being charged with more than $141,000 in Medicaid fraud. Kenneth George Klepinger...
Empire editorial: Collins is the best choice for Juneau's future

Juneau businessman Charles M. "Chuck" Collins came very close to unseating incumbent Jim Powell last fall in his first quest for a seat on the...
Businessman imports beef, exports salmon

Selling fish in Alaska is like selling sand in Arizona, according to Juneau businessman Bill White. It's high-quality beef that makes Juneau residents reach for their wallets. "There's a lot of good fishermen...
Business Digest

Company appoints Corbus as director Sound off on the important issues at Juneau - William Corbus, a longtime Juneau businessman, will join the Alaska Pacific Bancshares board of directors in January, according to President and CEO Craig E...
Sealaska to buy 'the pit'

...has reached a deal to buy the downtown property known as "the pit" from owner Hugh Grant. Grant, a longtime Juneau businessman who owns the land with three family members and partner Thomas Huntington, received widespread criticism for the...
Murder evidence tampering trial starts

...been used to burn a boat, after police told her not to wash them. The clothes belonged to Bob Meyer, a Sitka and Juneau businessman indicted on charges of murdering his wife and daughter in 1996. Lowe, who worked for Meyer, married him before...


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