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Termination dust — the powdery snowfall that indicates the end of summer — now lines Juneau peaks.
Breakfast on Friday was served with a check for $24,000.
Juneau Coworking aims to be a home for freelancers, side hustlers and gig economy workers.
Hunting on the Blackerby Ridge area closed Wednesday after one male goat was harvested. Local mountain goat populations are increasing, but still haven’t climbed back… Continue reading
More roads may be built on the Tongass National Forest with the creation of a new Alaska-specific version of the national roadless rule. A committee… Continue reading
Staff and patients at Bartlett Regional Hospital received a surprise visitor on Monday evening. It wasn’t another patient in unbearable pain, but something different: A… Continue reading
On a night with multiple tight races, the mayoral race stood out.
A search and rescue team recovered the body Monday of one of three people missing from a Friday helicopter crash near Lituya Bay, according to… Continue reading
A boy has been rescued, but the U.S. Coast Guard is still searching for two adults and a child.
More than a year after it burned down, a Project Playground reopened Saturday.
Correction: Brett Kavanaugh is nominated to replace retired Supreme Court justice Anthony Kennedy, not deceased justice Antonin Scalia. This article has been updated to reflect… Continue reading
Students at Sayéik Gastineau Community School rummaged through trash at a school assembly on Friday. A shark, a dolphin, a salmon and a warrior looked… Continue reading
The non-binding plan calls for carbon tax, reduction in greenhouse gas emissions.
Standing outside a boutique seafood processor in Juneau on a sunny September afternoon, Zach Wilkenson held a handful of what looked like pulverized corn flakes.… Continue reading
At a local job site in Lemon Creek, university and high school students are laying a foundation for their careers by learning carpentry skills. Their… Continue reading
A few dozen gathered on Saturday on the Douglas Bridge, holding hands in an outstretched line at the bridge’s apex. Together, they recited a verse.… Continue reading
A car crash at Fred Meyer intersection sent a woman to the hospital and left a man with bandages on his head during peak drive… Continue reading
A mountain bike course might be in the works for Eaglecrest Ski Area. A world-renown bike park design group has planned a visit to Juneau… Continue reading
Owner of Don Abel Building Supply buys similar business near Nugget Mall.
Alaska, Washington and Oregon representatives settled negotiation Monday with Canada on how to share dwindling Chinook salmon harvests through a 10-year international treaty. The agreement,… Continue reading