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City launches youth volleyball league

Volleyball for all.

Here’s the 2019 Juneau running calendar

Time to dust off the running shoes.

Kayhi cools off Crimson Bears

The Juneau-Douglas girls basketball team couldn’t duplicate their explosive 56-point Friday performance in their final regular season game against Ketchikan. In a 36-30 loss to… Continue reading

Hockey game pits capitals against one another

Canada’s game — Juneau style.

Pusich scores 26 in rout of Kayhi

Juneau road wins prove more difficult than home ones.

Hockey goalie guru hosts outdoor clinic

Sightsee and learn hockey.

Thunder Mountain senior signs with Edmonds college softball team

She’s overcome two knee surgeries.

JDHS girls split with Edgecumbe

There’s more basketball left this week.

Free throws help send Thunder Mountain past JDHS

There was more than one buzzer beater.

Thunder Mountain’s fourth-quarter rally keys victory over Juneau-Douglas

Crimson Bears thunder struck by Falcons.

Changing of the guard: Thunder Mountain hires new track coach

He’s just as caring as his predecessor.

Former JDHS soccer player headed into high school hall of fame

He was the school’s third all-time goals leader.

Riverbend has strong showing at Native Olympics

Those Beavers are dam good.

Dzantik’i Heeni Middle School’s Jamal Johnson wrestles in the 140-pound bracket at the Geoff Harben Invitational at FDMS. Johnson defeated Schoenbar Middle School’s Gavin Buendia in the finals to become one of seven Wolverines to reach the top of the podium. (Courtesy Photo | Angela Boyd)

Floyd Dryden wins home wrestling tournament

Eagles are champs.

Dzantik’i Heeni Middle School’s Jamal Johnson wrestles in the 140-pound bracket at the Geoff Harben Invitational at FDMS. Johnson defeated Schoenbar Middle School’s Gavin Buendia in the finals to become one of seven Wolverines to reach the top of the podium. (Courtesy Photo | Angela Boyd)

Juneau-Douglas’ upset bid of East comes up short

Thunderbirds get the sweep.