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The lawsuit between the city and the cruise industry won’t be resolved any time soon.
Tickets are still available for Capital Brewfest, which is taking place this Saturday. Though VIP tickets and non-drinking tickets are… Continue reading
The Thunder Mountain High School volleyball team completed a weekend sweep of the Ketchikan Lady Kings over the weekend.
The Douglas Public library wasn’t quiet Saturday. The sounds of drums, singing… Continue reading
Miriam Wagoner never thought her poems would be published, let alone win… Continue reading
This Saturday, people around the world are hitting the beach in the… Continue reading
I am usually hiking or climbing. This time I wanted to get on the water.
Tickets are still available for Capital Brewfest, which is taking place this… Continue reading
Anyone who steps into Marie Drake Planetarium tonight will be stepping back… Continue reading
Style doesn’t have to be complicated. Matt Weighman, a visitor from the Continue reading...
Thunder Mountain girls varsity team competes against Ketchikan High School at Thunder Continue reading...
Alaska’s Congressional Delegation is once again showing how out of touch they are with the realities of the Tongass.
The Alaska Mental Health Trust owns a three-acre Juneau waterfront tract, commonly known as the subport property. It is one… Continue reading
Most of us don’t bother to read the fine print. Sometimes, though, it is quite informative. For instance, in the… Continue reading
I am a lifelong Alaska resident, born and raised in Juneau. I’m very concerned about the current Supreme Court nominee,… Continue reading