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Far too few fish are reaching Canada to meet goals set in a treaty with the U.S.
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Chicago pianist featuring a world of contemporary classical composers during Southeast Alaska tour.
Local musicians with eclectic styles come together as Muskeg Collective at Cowboy Ball on Saturday.
Rep. Josiah Patkotak resigns after win in North Slope mayor’s race; governor seeks replacement online
Leading candidates continue in their positions, rejection of City Hall bond continues to grow.
Juneau officials say enforcement specifics — and if they affect any local athletes — to be determined.
About 230 units registered before the deadline out of the nearly 600 estimated in the capital city.
Local boys team finishes fifth; three Juneau girls and one boy finish in top 10 individually.
Team takes first place in mixed doubles, second in girls doubles and third in boys doubles
‘This is just the beginning’: Apology for closure of Juneau’s Memorial Presbyterian Church means healing decades later
Presbyterian Church commits nearly $1M in reparations for the “racist and unchristian” 1962 closure
Use of former warehouse south of downtown criticized by pastor of church hosting shelter last year.
Drywall workers in Alaska among unhappiest workers in 79 professions, architects the happiest.
The death of the 29-year-old man is not considered suspicious, police say.
Falcons remain among state’s best teams with pair of physical back-and-forth victories.
Third-place Nano Brooks edges closer to second-place Ella Adkison in Areawide Assembly race.
The Alaska Department of Education and Early Development has developed an online tool to help schools, districts, communities and elected officials address the state’s high… Continue reading
Church votes 25-24 on third try to host winter warming shelter — but Mount Jumbo Gym may be used instead
St. Vincent de Paul in talks with city about Douglas gym as Resurrection Lutheran remains divided.
Event is part of larger project after state’s recognizes October as Filipino American History Month.
“Unfortunately, it wasn’t financially sustainable with the ridership,” company’s general manager says.