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    News of the North

    Wednesday, September 14th, 2022 - 15 minutes

    Mary Peltola has made history after being sworn in as the first Alaska Native to serve in Congress.

    Capital City Fire and Rescue was on the scene last night of a structure fire at 365 South Franklin in Juneau.

    The Alaska Health Fair is coming to Juneau next month in the Mendenhall Valley.

    The CBJ Assembly met on Monday night to discuss more than 30 individual items that were on the agenda.

    The annual meeting of the southeast conference kicked off yesterday in Ketchikan, with a southeast jobs report.

    With $49 million in federal funding coming to Alaska's mariculture industry, the question is, what does it take to start a mariculture business?

    Governor Mike Dunleavy has signed Senate Bill 185, legislation repealing the minimum wage exemption for Alaskans with disabilities.

    Juneau Senator Jesse Kiehl says there's a key factor playing into the constitutional convention question: Population.

    The Kenai Peninsula Borough Assembly says Alaska Republican gubernatorial candidate Charlie Pierce was asked to consider voluntarily resigning as borough mayor after a borough employee made what were deemed to be credible claims of harassment against him.

    The grey and gloomy skies in Southeast Alaska this week will bring some rain throughout the region, but it won't be as wet as last week.

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