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Perseverance Theatre’s “A Nice Indian Boy” makes characters with big culture gaps cope on small stage.
Two adults, one juvenile dead; two juveniles, one adult missing Tuesday evening after Monday slide.
Numerous local closures Monday, power out overnight at Douglas Harbor; search in Wrangell ongoing.
Participants finish looking like stars — 27 of them — after completing that many laps around track.
41st annual event dedicated to longtime vendor and musher, with peers bringing handmade pet products
Updated forecast at 3:30 p.m. Monday calls for four more inches of snow tonight, winds to 60 mph.
Lamia Monroe wins two-day female impersonator pageant, will go to national event with runner-up.
Goldbelt Inc. plans to place the three totems at its headquarters for 50th-anniversary celebration.
Preliminary forecast expects storm to arrive about 6 a.m., heaviest snow to occur during day.
Former college All-American to spend holidays training intensely for season that starts in February.
Friendsgiving in Douglas joins meal at Salvation Army, food distributions by SVDP and food bank.
Planning commission, board of equalization, hospital board, JDEC among current CBJ openings.
Annual JEDC report also shows growing income gap, plus high housing and healthcare costs.
Ian Worden says operations are essentially sound, hopes to instill stability and sustainability.
Some neighbors, commissioners concerned about traffic, other impacts of 4,000-square-foot building.
“I’ve never seen such unity against a policy,” local school member says after statewide conference.
Former state lawmaker and corrections commissioner joins fellow Republican Nick Begich in race.
Quick intervention by principal prevented need for lockdown, according to police.
City officials call shelter a success so far; skeptics say some homeless people are avoiding it.