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TMHS girls now 7-0.
Litigation is likely.
Next, they play two cross-town games.
Assembly votes down ordinance after more than a dozen public comments against it.
The move would formally restructure the federal coronavirus response.
“To have his number retired, it’s a big honor for a hockey player.”
On a busy Saturday at Thunder Mountain High School, there was room for debate.
Next up, is an away game against Service High School.
No injuries were reported.
Resident landfill user charge to nearly triple, dump hours to be reduced.
Similar final scores, but two very different games.
Another day, another 2-point game.
Two-day mini-con held at Juneau Public Library.
Capital City Fire/Rescue hosted its 2022 awards banquet earlier this month as a way of recognizing responders for their outstanding work within the Juneau community.… Continue reading
Advocacy group to seek state and federal funds for the project.
State, Alaska Native corporations among those who see carbon market potential, but questions remain.
City officials say repairs are currently being assessed after damaging rockfall
A Juneau man was indicted Thursday on charges of possessing or accessing child pornography, according to court documents. A Juneau grand jury indicted 27-year-old Joshua… Continue reading
Morning meeting looks at local impact of state, national political climates.
It will fund six projects, requires state partial fund match