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The clinic is open for any 16+ child in Juneau, not just school district students.
The team, unaffiliated with the school district, would travel to California to compete.
March will be a hefty but not record-breaking month for snow.
The Thunder Mountain girls were not so fortunate.
March 22, 2020 was Juneau’s first confirmed case.
JDHS will combat Ketchikan for the regional title Saturday.
De-escalation formed the core of a recent major training block
The database will allow police to better help Juneau residents in distress.
He’s one of many wanted in connection with the abortive attempt to overturn the election results.
Attorneys will be allowed to visit fully vaccinated inmates in person again.
Dozens of veterans in Juneau received the one-shot Johnson and Johnson vaccine.
The winner will go on to face Ketchikan for the title.
Long nights, thick ice, and hamsters: the Polar Star finishes a rare northern deployment.
The student thanked parents and coaches for their support of his baseball career.
He was indicted by an Anchorage grand jury on Thursday.
The damage to the roof is substantial, but no injuries occured.
“Healthy people means healthy economies.”
A shed fire caught the roof interior of the adjoining house on fire.
The cat made the last leg of the trip to Haines Tuesday after a solo expedition.
“The question we’re dealing with is, why would someone burn senior citizen’s property or automobiles.”