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The coronavirus hasn’t appeared in Alaska yet, but Gov. Dunleays says it probably will.
Suspects have been identified, and the investigation continues.
Two were injured, but not severely, JPD spokeperson said.
Burglars broke into the office and the safe, police say.
Crises are times of both danger and opportunity.
The new harbormaster will be familiar to residents.
Auctions, banquets, and competitions: Discovery Southeast celebrates in style.
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Juneau’s spirit of helping out doesn’t stop here.
It went swimmingly.
The reason it sank is unknown.
Current principal Dan Larson will retire at the end of this school year.
TMHS girls ended a 5-year losing streak against Ketchikan on Friday.
The donations will help raise more funds for shelter, and for suicide prevention programs.
Worry about the flu, not coronavirus.
There’s also changes coming for how we get rid of trash.
The Navy holds major exercises in Alaska every two years.
House Bill 62 now has a companion in the Senate.
“There was something special, and she had it.”
Three civilians and five officers were recognized.