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JDHS wins Region V softball tournament opener
Crimson Bears and Falcons girls go hit-for-hit in regionals at Sitka
Crimson Bears make state soccer pitch their own in opening round
JDHS girls and boys defeat Homer in quarterfinal openers
Thank you mister Miller: Sayéik: Gastineau Community School teacher to retire after 24 years
Sayéik: Gastineau Community School teacher to retire after 24 years
Seeking the rich rewards of sustainability
Economic as well as environmental prospects emphasized at second annual energy conference
District selects first full-time principal for the Tlingit culture, language and literacy program
Eldri Westmoreland is set to fill the position starting in July.
District leaders give one-time funding boost an incomplete
Mix of relief and fear of potential veto greet increase included in budget.
Planning Commission urges rejection of new hazard maps and policy
The decision came after nearly 20 rounds of public testimony advocating against the maps.
Opinion: Considering North Douglas crossing alternatives
This new highway project will be scrutinized differently than others during the past 30 years.
Supreme Court sharply limits federal government’s ability to police pollution into certain wetlands
The outcome almost certainly will affect ongoing court battles over new wetlands regulations.
Gimme a Smile: AI is coming—oh wait, it’s already here
AI is on everyone’s radar these days. Artificial Intelligence — it can either make your life easier or kick you to the curb. I’m waiting… Continue reading
Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis launches 2024 GOP presidential campaign to challenge Trump
Decision revealed in FEC filing before an online conversation with Twitter CEO Elon Musk.
America’s farthest-north state representative is planning to leave the Alaska Capitol
Patkotak says he’s running to be the next mayor of the North Slope Borough.
Award-winning Juneau writer talks Hollywood writers’ strike
Vera Starbard is now living life off-script.
Pure Sole: To his father
You sir have a fine young man. I don’t know much about you. But I know a lot about your son by my interactions with… Continue reading
Airport to begin $10M parking improvement project next week
Parking will be limited during the summer and into the fall, officials say.
Dunleavy signs carbon ‘trees’ bill at sustainable energy conference
National and state leaders discuss Alaska’s green market prospects in-state and internationally
Dybdahl signs to Centralia College
Crimson Bears big man noted for ‘athleticism and high basketball IQ’
Crimson Bears soccer boys split at Kayhi
JDHS still the top seed for state this weekend.
Crimson Bears girls tie and win at Kayhi
JDHS receives number four seed for state tournament.
Falcons soccer boys end season on the road
Thunder Mountain coaches describe final match.