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Hundreds share Salvation Army’s annual Thanksgiving, including some with sudden holiday plan changes.
More than 50 events scheduled Friday afternoon and evening from downtown to Douglas.
Officials unaware of similar cases in Alaska; facility says steps to prevent such incidents underway
Otto Florschutz, 65, found Thursday evening; Derek Heller, 12, still missing among family of five.
Strong numbers for season pass sales, number of foreign student employees, business leaders told.
What if prized rare earth elements could be extracted from seaweed, avoiding the need to dig into the ground for the materials used in technology… Continue reading
“Very draft” $190 million spending plan for FY25 based on status quo has $1 million deficit.
Safeway taking over all prescriptions and offering jobs to all employees, according to owners.
Three decades of capital city coverage.
New Zealand hunting safari, signed Ted Nugent guitar among items being offered.
Proposal to waive taxes for a day or two each year isn’t a quick sale to most Assembly members
Concerts this weekend part of resurging “wealth of riches” by choruses and orchestras, director says.
Warm temperatures and rain dissolved much of ski area’s snowpack, but cold and snow in forecast.
Scientists warn climate change, by increasing precipitation and extreme rainfall, adds to risks.
Petersburg man calling attention to what he calls Joseph LeConte’s racist history.
Tree lighting and Santa Skate bring early seasonal glow to community “where sunlight touches first.”
Family members say they remain supportive of facility’s locally available assisted living services.
The conservation group the Wilderness Society has changed its position and now supports a bill that would create five new Alaska Native corporations in Southeast… Continue reading
Christina Florschutz trapped overnight by landslide that killed at least 4 people, with 2 missing.
This year’s performances feature a cast of 93, ages 5 to 78