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The end beckons for the bat and ball brigade.
Docks and Harbors has played a key role in preventing several major spills, the citation says.
“We’re giving them a place with dignity, honor and respect.”
The state meet goes down in Anchorage this upcoming weekend.
Weather conditions on the East Coast nearly scrubbed the mission.
The death is not considered suspicious, police said.
TMHS had a young team this year.
Those arrested allegedly distributed drugs across the Southeast.
The bill would allow cruise ships to skip Canada on their way north.
Volunteers searched Nelson’s neighborhood and checked out possible sightings.
Not a bomb but a book.
Alaska State Troopers, SEADOGS, JMR, and Tlingit and Haida are all involved in search efforts.
Juneau Animal Rescue has seen a spike in surrenders to the shelter.
Oliver popular all over.
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.