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This year’s group of thirteen is heavily involved in early literacy education.
Stalled since 1972, the ERA would guarantee equal legal protection to all sexes.
“Laser strikes jeopardize the safety of our boat crews…”
Cold is temporary but savings are savings.
JDHS’ boys team and THMS girls will play Ketchikan beginning Friday evening.
The audience will be at home, but basketball is basketball.
The group has nearly reached its signature requirement.
Helping one’s neighbors was part of King’s message
“The Juneau Police Department and our partners have not received any specific threats,” the agency said.
More than a thousand students returned to schools this week. There are more to come.
Trail Mix raised more than $230,000 from more than 300 donors, enabling completion by 2023.
About $5 million in aid is flowing to households and individuals in Juneau.
In Juneau, the event will be marked with beer drops, deals and a scavenger hunt.
Get up there. Good weekday conditions precede a rough forecast for the weekend.
The corporation announced Monday that it would focus on healthy ocean-based industries.
While there was high demand in Juneau, the state’s vaccine website proved frustrating for many.
She’s a veteran of the news and communications business.
The Arctic — and the Navy’s strategy — are changing.
Appointments can be made starting at noon on Monday.
With few exceptions, towns and cities across Alaska are shedding bodies.