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Not even an Arctic front could stop residents from celebrating the parade.
City leaders acknowledge challenges, seek solutions.
Usually it’s the reindeer who soar the sky during the holiday, but this time, it was a helicopter.
It’s the group’s first time hosting the event in Juneau
University uses popular app to reach new students as states move to ban it from government devices.
The team headed to Kodiak for weekend games
Juneau School Board discusses third-party bid, allows NANA to serve food for six more months
This follows an impasse declared by JEA a week earlier.
Winter maintenance team down four operators as winter storms boom across the state
Four applicants awarded funding set to be dispersed around February, according to city officials.
Routes 5 and 6 will be discontinued until further notice starting Monday
Popular endurance race scratched for ‘23 and ‘24, citing “economic pressure.”
It proposes projects like new public use cabins, trails and maintenance.
Can I get a Watt Watt?
Still, the teachers union and district express optimism about working toward agreement.
Storage containers, trucks, trailers, boxes, bike racks and more to be available at site
Police are investigating.
City official say “take it with a grain of salt.”
It’s the most rain seen in Juneau since recording began 86 years ago
Spay and neuter services, food collection and more.