Russell Stigall

Juneau housing prices, demand on the rise

Somehow Juneau has upended the law of supply and demand.

The city’s population is up, home sales are up and home prices are at an all... Read more

Energy efficiency goals too low?

The state of Alaska has a relatively new law that requires a quarter of public buildings be 15 percent more efficient by 2020.

"Ten to... Read more

Road plans raise Arctic ire

Juneau’s three-mile section of road leading to the resources of Cascade Point and Berners Bay is fairly small compared other potential Roads to Resources projects.... Read more

Canada wraps up 3-day commission on salmon virus

Recently, Canada reopened a commission set up to investigate the collapse of a sockeye salmon run in British Columbia's Fraser River in 2009. The Cohen... Read more

USDA program boosts tech, oysters, beer

Over the last three years, the U.S. Department of Agriculture has invested more than $153 million in at least 25 Southeast Alaska economic development projects.... Read more

Explorers finding glacier is as good as gold

JUNEAU — A joint mining venture recently announced it has found promising quantities of gold at Herbert Glacier.

In late October, Quaterra Resources Inc. and... Read more

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