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CCFR: Wiring failure causes trailer fire in Lemon Creek area
Damages are estimated to be around $10,000 and the owner did not have insurance, officials say.
Tragedy that left 5 dead or missing puts spotlight on safety in Alaska charter fishing industry
Morgan Robidou posed next to the bright aluminum hull of his prized new vessel, a 30-foot (9-meter) fishing boat that he could use to take… Continue reading
Water, wastewater rates to increase starting July 1
The 2% increase is to match inflationary costs, city says.
LGBTQ+ pride flag raised at federal building sparks backlash, support
Varying reactions to the flag that was raised for the first time outside the building.
‘It’s like a bombshell’: Cigarette causes substantial damage to house in Fritz Cove area
“I’m just getting what’s salvageable out of there.”
Celebration of four-year Polynesian canoe voyage to kick off Saturday at Auke Bay
Voyage set to circumnavigate 43,000 nautical miles of the Pacific Ocean beginning in Juneau.
Voters could see proposal for a new City Hall back on the ballot this fall
City signals support for $27 million initiative, after $35M bond last year fails.
Nearly 70 people rescued after engine fire aboard small cruise ship in Glacier Bay
No significant injuries reported as large cruise ship, Coast Guard respond to disabled vessel Monday
Local athletes qualify for Junior Olympics
Southeast track stars impress at Kodiak’s Brian Young Invitational
JDHS softball nips Sitka for state title
Dale walk-off single sends JDHS to trophy case, the mall, dinner and Cold Stone
Police continue investigation into three ‘unusual’ deaths on boat anchored off Sandy Beach
Causes of the deaths remain undetermined, police say Monday.
Bagpipes and dancers bring new life to annual cancer survivors walk
“Everyone is touched by cancer,” organizer says at Sunday event.
Trail Mix celebrates wild 30th birthday
Birds and the bears add ardor to outdoor trail improvement and cookout gathering.
Three people found dead on boat anchored off Sandy Beach
Drug use a possible factor in deaths of one man and two women during three-day span
Southeast track stars to challenge records
One final hurdle for athletes at Kodiak’s Brian Young Invitational
Reader-submitted photos of Mother Nature in Southeast Alaska.
Crimson Bears end season nipped by Wolves
JDHS eliminated by Eagle River from state baseball tournament
Feds expand ban on mineral extraction near Mendenhall Glacier
20-year prohibition on mining, oil drilling applies to newly exposed land as ice continues retreat
State roughly halves the number of Alaskans waiting on food aid, but more than 8,000 remain
By Claire Stremple, Alaska Beacon Mary Wood has been waiting for food stamps since she filed a renewal application in August. She takes care of… Continue reading
JDHS splits first steps of state softball marathon
Crimson Bears girls open tournament with win over Kodiak, loss to North Pole