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The xylophones come as part of a pandemic-driven curriculum shift.
District 33 race offers 1 of night’s few clear winners.
Not quite a wonderland.
Many organizations recommend checking smoke alarm batteries when clocks change.
The ship typically spends these months breaking trail to McMurdo Station in Antarctica.
The fundraiser will last for two months.
Video footage shows an unidentified man stuffing newspaper into a butt can and lighting it.
The break and holiday meal schedule is coming.
The Thanksgiving meal will go on, albeit in very modified form.
The structure will be a hub for many of Juneau’s community-oriented nonprofits.
Technical concerns delayed aspects of the project.
It’s easy to distance skiing on the trails.
Flamingos, trunk-or-treating, and masks are all part of the holiday in pandemic.
The future may not be a rosy one, but they plan to be ready for it.
Equipment rentals require prefitting with the supplier.
A good 2020 construction season will set the nonprofit up for a busy 2021.
Fewer passengers will be allowed in busses and vans.
The arrest came after a multi-organization investigation.
The annual August public affair exercise was canceled over coronavirus concerns.
24 new cases are linked to cluster.