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Organizations are striving to replace costly diesel generators with hydropower, among other sources.
It’s a little more involved than plugging the cord back in.
City officials are reviewing the federal guidance, with updates coming
The 100 meter dash record has stood since Reagan was president.
Residents of the Savikko Park area might have been perplexed to see boats with oil booms swanning about near Douglas Harbor on Tuesday morning. The… Continue reading
Ships, aircraft, and 15,000 servicemembers all came together to hold the huge interservice exercise.
Between near-zero visibility and a 70 mph headwind, conditions were far from ideal.
The defendant claimed it was self-defense.
Despite supposition, float not from famed AHMS ferry.
He’ll compete on the liberal arts college’s swim team.
The state is ready if boosters for the vaccine are necessary.
It was the 31st iteration of the ceremony.
Athletes are excited to get competing, coaches say.
We won’t be seeing it again.
Rumbles felt in Juneau.
One of Juneau’s brightest stars keeps climbing,
Services have been restored via other cables, and a repair ship is deployed to fix the breakage.
Sometimes, it’s like you can look out and still see her moored there.
The cause is currently unknown.
The scale indicates it could be part of a larger operation.