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11 of 14 contenders for four seats get extra time to respond to some tough questioning.
Italian establishment in downtown Juneau is first Alaska eatery to make newspaper’s annual list.
Study finds strong rebound in region’s jobs and wages continuing into 2023
Juneau takes early lead at home, but Colony rallies during occasionally heavy rain Friday night.
School board candidates agree on much, foes on City Hall ballot measure agree on little during forum
Funding and curriculum dominate education discussion, city’s actions and needs focus of ballot issue.
Eugene “Buzzy” Peltola Jr. was piloting plane that crashed shortly after takeoff in western Alaska.
Cruise ship limits, homelessness, child care shortages and renewable energy among issues discussed.
14 candidates discuss cruise tourism, homelessness, child care and proposed new City Hall.
Companies do not state if Juneau Safeway store will be among those sold.
More than 100 local first responders and other residents pay tribute 22 years after attacks.
TMHS prevails in toughest game yet to stay undefeated; JDHS puts up fight seeking first win.
Hundreds of residents engage with stones, quilts and Nerf weapons at annual gaming convention.
Juneau gets first win as replacement QB Hayden Aube overcomes goal-line fumbles, scores winning TD.
Complaint filed Friday continues more than two decades of battles over Tongass policy.
With a smartphone and no previous experience, pair giving fans in Juneau an interactive experience.
Last year’s conference champs haven’t lost a set this season, boost record to 4-0
Bad snap, kicks and coverage result in TDs for Anchorage team as Juneau drops to 0-4.
Wages, affordable housing, other possible remedies for workforce shortages discussed by 13 hopefuls.
Juneau resident Shannon Mason says switch isn’t as strange as it might seem, given Alaska’s politics.
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