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They can keep doing what they’re doing.
There’s a new way to get rid of unwanted clothes.
News briefs for the week of Nov. 14, 2019.
Nominations are now being accepted.
Crocs or ruby slippers?
There’s still a couple weeks to submit.
There’s still more paperwork to be done.
Empire Live: Alcoholic Beverage Control Board decisions impact Juneau manufacturers and bowling alley
First Friday’s and fundraisers will continue.
Killah Priest heads to Southeast.
He wraps up 35-year career in June 2020.
Option is still on the table.
Five percent hike put on hold.
A year after ending segregation, the Supreme Court denied Native Americans Fifth Amendment rights.
They want to hook fish and customers.
The people have spoken, and they don’t like a proposed definition change.
Her story starts in an Auke Bay classroom.
News briefs for the week of Nov. 7.
It’s their turn to hunt.
They hope it doesn’t come to a lawsuit.
She’s fired up about ceramics.