The road project that would link Juneau to a planned ferry terminal near Skagway and Haines will cost more than initially expected, according to Malcolm Menzies, the Department of Transportation and Public Facilities Southeast Alaska director.
Republican candidate for governor Sarah Palin says she is not in favor of moving either the state capital or the Legislature from Juneau, while Democrat Tony Knowles and independent Andrew Halcro say they strongly oppose any such move.
In a race derided by some for having few stark differences, the abortion question is providing a clear way to differentiate between candidates in a few cases.
Former Gov. Tony Knowles came to the Juneau Chamber of Commerce Thursday to talk about education and health care...
A glossy postcard promoting Republican Sarah Palin's candidacy for governor violates Alaska law, state officials say.
The top candidates for governor both support building a road out of Juneau. So why are their supporters so divided?
In his Oct. 26 letter to the editor, Rick Urion claims that a vote for Sarah Palin is a vote to keep the capital in Juneau because Palin supports the Juneau road project, and if we don't vote for Palin, the capital will move.
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