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The two schools plan to apply lessons learned during rematch Saturday at JDHS.
Neil Steininger, head of OMB since 2020, latest in series of staff moves by Dunleavy.
Hospital takes over end-of-life programs nearly a year after they was halted locally.
Dunleavy administration claims state supreme court decision violates workers’ First Amendment rights.
First board meeting with interim CEO focuses on better — and cautious — communications.
Assessors will work with state, local and tribal officials to determine if federal aid is warranted.
No foul play suspected as 69-year-old Wisconsin passenger loses footing aboard vessel, officials say
State and local officials offering immediate as well as longer-term help with aid requests.
Growers and buyers share the dirt at 29th Annual Juneau Community Garden Harvest Fair.
Juneau scores TDs of 91, 73, 71 and 51 yards, turns 24-7 deficit into 33-32 lead before losing 40-33
More than 300 people run and walk in the 32nd Annual Beat the Odds: A Race Against Cancer
Newest state ferry suffers failure after carrying Buttigieg from Juneau to Haines.
Thousands of flightless fowl make return, will be dropped by helicopter during annual Duck Derby.
Action marks another step toward seeking federal disaster assistance.
More than $20K raised at spaghetti dinner and dessert auction at TMHS
24.4-pound king is top catch at 6 p.m. Sunday deadline, more than 3 pounds heavier than runner-up.
Participants in community cleanup walk the shores where items washed up a week after the disaster
As state and federal officials consider large-scale actions, residents can offer immediate help.
After losing state title game last year, there’s only one way to go up as season starts Saturday
Books, songs, selfies flourish among kids and performers