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‘Sigh no more’: Theatre in the Rough is back with a twist on a classic
Local theater company’s latest is a take on “Much Ado About Nothing.”
New paper sheds light on mining’s impact on salmon and transboundary watersheds
Decisions can have centuries of impact, according to researchers.
Sockeye harvest numbers soaring, other species see decline
See the salmon stats here.
Fun and sun mark holiday in Douglas
Hot dogs and panting pups present for festivities.
Juneau celebrates the Fourth of July
Bright lights in the big city.
Statewide firework ban omits Southeast Alaska —authorities still urge caution
Stay safe and fire aware.
What you need to know for this fourth of July
Check out the scheduled events here.
The 411 on ranked choice voting
Former Juneau Mayor Bruce Botelho gives the lowdown.
No splash zone: City asks residents to conserve water
How long the conservation request will remain depends on the weather.
Extra leg room: Commission OKs plan to make legislative apartments
It is set to become a 33-unit apartment complex designated for legislative staff
Update: Cruise ship that struck iceberg departs Juneau
It’s heading to Seattle for repairs.
Sealaska Corp drops blood quantum requirement
The decision opens the door to approximately 15,000 people to enroll
‘We won’t go back’: Abortion rights protesters rally near the state Capitol
Demonstrators denounce decision.
Give it a shot : Juneau Disc Golf Club teams up with the Pioneers of Alaska for a sunny celebration
Both groups pitched in.
One in pavilion
Locals celebrate the new pavilion at the Riverside Rotary Park.
Local play-turned-film available just in time for Pride
“Blue Ticket” is set to hit the big screen and streaming services.
A book is born: Local author releases poetry book portraying the many faces of childbirth
It details “the incredible power of women, and their partners.”