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Alaska recently lost one of its most influential writers and impactful writing teachers.
State broke its single-day record twice.
At about 10:30 p.m., CCFR responded to a residential fire on the 8000 block of Thunder Street.
Elected official that is.
“Women vote, so count on us.”
A women’s march and rally was held Saturday, Oct. 17, in Juneau. The event was part of a national day of rallies and protests. Marchers… Continue reading
New guidelines for visitors and residents.
The numbers are getting bigger.
Four days worth of food will be available on Friday.
Alaskans have until 11:59 p.m. Oct. 15.
A Juneau woman in her 60s died early Tuesday morning.
Forty-four active cases locally.
Game makers work with artists, nonprofit to portray local culture.
Total includes two at Lemon Creek Correctional Center
City announces 5.
Juneau student named to dean’s list
Announcement came Friday.
Municipal election day is Tuesday.
City and Borough of Juneau’s cumulative COVID-19 case count pushed past 300 resident cases. The city’s emergency operations center reported Thursday four new people —three… Continue reading
Soiled soil is the problem.