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Dogs, weather, anagrams to loving husbands — Audrey Kohler wrote about it all. Kohler, a Juneau poet, was at Downtown Dames for First Friday taking… Continue reading
Unofficial results of the 2018 City and Borough of Juneau Municipal Election.
Republican Mike Dunleavy has a significant lead in financial and popular support with less than one month remaining in Alaska’s four-way governor race, according to… Continue reading
It’s only a test.
The Juneau Empire, along with the League of Women Voters of Juneau, Juneau Votes! and KTOO, is aiming to get local voters ready for the… Continue reading
It just became a little easier for businesses to pay sales taxes.
The first day of the ASAA/First National Bank Alaska Tennis State Championships was not all too kind to Juneau-Douglas High School. Despite going 1-4 in… Continue reading
The body of a 53-year-old Juneau man was found in the water near Coast Guard Station Juneau on Sunday afternoon.
The Thunder Mountain High School volleyball team defeated Juneau-Douglas High School for the second straight night on Saturday at TMHS. Junior Tasi Fenumiai had 14… Continue reading
> On a Friday at noon, the maze of hallways, staircases and corridors at Bartlett Regional Hospital is a hive of activity. Just getting around… Continue reading
Termination dust — the powdery snowfall that indicates the end of summer — now lines Juneau peaks.
Grover’s Corners is a fine place to visit for an evening. The fictional New Hampshire town is the setting of Thornton Wilder’s classic play “Our… Continue reading
A Southeast Alaska husband and wife were sentenced to a year in prison for not paying taxes.
Results are still unofficial, as election will be certified Tuesday.
The Region V volleyball front runners met Friday night before several hundred fans at Juneau-Douglas High School. Juneau-Douglas and Thunder Mountain were a combined 16-1… Continue reading
Breakfast on Friday was served with a check for $24,000.
The race for first place in Thursday’s Treadwell Middle School Cross Country Meet came down to the wire. Thirteen-year-old Skylar Tuckwood, of Dzantik’i Heeni Middle… Continue reading
The delicate melody of “Over the Raindbow” that filled the Goldtown Theater wasn’t coming from Judy Garland. Juneau musician Dan Hopson was playing the tune… Continue reading
‘The Ship, The Saint, and the Sailor: The Long Search for the Legendary Kad’yak’ author comes to Juneau
The wreck wasn’t found for 143 years.