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Reindeer, chaga, boba, salmon ice cream are all on the menu.
Two Juneau judges spent their last day at work trying to tie up any loose ends and clean up their offices.
The first Hunatics — Only Fools Run at Midnight fundraiser took place last Friday. Over $850 was raised for Hoonah’s Project Playground, a planned playground… Continue reading
Luke Fanning has been named chief executive officer of the Aleutian-Pribilof Island Community Development Association, which is headquartered in Juneau. Fanning, the organization’s chief financial… Continue reading
Tessina Davidson, of Juneau, and Jim Forbes, of Redmond, Washington, were married May 12, 2018, at The Lairmont Manor in Bellingham, Washington. The bride is… Continue reading
The Save Our Seas Act isn’t really an act at all.
Ciera Kelly, a pre-dentistry student and swimmer at Washington State University, has thrived in her three years in Pullman, Washington. The 2015 Juneau-Douglas High School… Continue reading
For the second year in a row, Yukon Wide Adventures finished first overall at the Yukon River Quest. The six-person canoe team made up of… Continue reading
The Families Belong Together Rally on Saturday drew an estimated 400 people.
A significant land-clearing operation is under way on a parcel near the road leading to Eaglecrest Ski Area, and the purpose of the clearing could… Continue reading
An “outpouring of support” will help Perseverance Theatre pull out of a cash crisis.
A man was arrested on felony charges on Friday for reportedly trying to take his ex-girlfriend’s cellphone, punching her in the head and driving off… Continue reading
Sealaska Heritage Institute on Thursday announced it will be hosting an Alaska Native language summit, geared toward fluent elders speakers of the Tlingit, Haida and… Continue reading
Add Yakutat’s wild sockeye run to a growing list of struggling Alaska salmon stocks.
It’s normal for mother black bears to “kick their cubs loose” in June.
The short answer is that it’s ground up rock. And no, you can’t cook with it (it’s ground up rock).
This report contains public information available to the Empire from law enforcement and public safety agencies. This report includes arrest and citation information, not conviction… Continue reading
Summer at Eaglecrest Ski Area means working and planning for the future. Dave Scanlan, general manager of the city-owned operation, spoke about the past year… Continue reading