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Cheyenne Sanchez recently promoted to captain.
Both suspects have been taken to Johnson Youth Center.
“This tournament is a generational thing.”
K-9 Buddy assists JPD and SEACAD.
Both Juneau teams play again on Feb. 21.
Floyd Dryden Middle School Mathcounts mathletes recently won the team competition in the Southeast Region Mathcounts Tournament and will be traveling to the March State… Continue reading
A Q&A with Mark Rainery.
Week starts with wrecks.
“You put the amendment in after you get your refund.”
Crimson Bears girls finish 1-1 agaisnt Mt. Edgecumbe.
Local businesses celebrate Pawlentine’s Day with event.
A man was sentenced to 20 years in prison after being found guilty of second-degree murder following a fatal stabbing in Yakutat. [Jury returns mixed… Continue reading
“It’s not at all uncommon for us to see that here.”
Theater Alaska, KTOO and Juneau Ghost Light Theatre present radio plays.
Crimson Bears beat Service High School in pre-tourny game.
The late Chief Pat Wellington presented with legislative memoriam.
Haines commemorates 125th anniversary of the Clara Nevada.
Sixteen-year-old Leni Schilling said she’s been dreaming of traveling to America through an international national program since she was a young girl. The aspiration began… Continue reading
The Juneau Police Department welcomed a new officer to its ranks Thursday afternoon. William Hicks was sworn into duty at the JPD station in Lemon… Continue reading
This article has been moved in front of the Empire’s paywall. A gift card scam has an apparent connection to hoax threats made to a… Continue reading