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One swimmer won first in three events.
A Kake teenager spoke at the award presentation.
Looking out for the coasts.
Never too old to play.
He’s a professional scorer.
She’s a playmaker.
You may recognize him from a local thrift store.
Getting ‘extra tough’ on mental health.
Here’s how they did.
JDHS was a worthy opponent.
He’s moving mountains (and money).
Kiah Dihle is the Juneau Empire’s player of the week. Dihle, a sophomore on the Thunder Mountain High School cross-country team, placed eighth last Saturday… Continue reading
A hard pill to swallow.
Follow along for updates.
JDHS, TMHS are the teams to beat.
They’re looking to add another chapter of dramatic playoff history.
Hot and dry Alaska.
Juneau native to cover his alma mater.
She’s helped her company quadruple in size in eight years.