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All photos by Kerry Howard, for the Juneau Empire. • Juneau Style is a weekly fashion segment capturing how Juneauites dress, whether on the streets… Continue reading
“Do you think I’ll die if I lick a dead salmon?” How do you answer that as a parent?
Mt. Juneau-Gastineaux Lodge No. 21 honored its Past Masters on October 30, 2018 with a special Lodge meeting and dinner. The Master of the Lodge… Continue reading
More and more lately, the youth of this community has expressed increasing interest in my gut.
On Oct. 5, 2018, the League of Women Voters of Juneau held its fourth annual Wine Tasting and Silent Auction Fundraiser. We would like to… Continue reading
Every act of kindness creates a ripple with no end. As we know, kindness comes in all shapes and sizes. Acts of kindness are the… Continue reading
Floyd Dryden Middle School Honor Roll, Quarter 1, 2018-2019 ALL A HONOR ROLL 6th Grade: Hailee Bauer, Lucy Bennett, Mary Canapary, Bristol Casperson, Liana Gho,… Continue reading
We live in a very diverse nation and world where exclusion and “otherizing” is an all too common reaction to people with whom we disagree,… Continue reading
Thank you for ghost walk help Thank you to the community for making the annual Douglas Ghost Walk a success. It was well attended Saturday… Continue reading
Spooky Season doesn’t really exist in France. At school, there is definitely no “Halloweek.” October doesn’t feel the same without skeletons and spiderwebs everywhere. On… Continue reading
Dzantik’i Heeni Middle School released their list of students who made the Honor Roll for 1st Semester. Asterisk denotes all A grades. 6th Grade Jack… Continue reading
The first-year program aims to get children involved in camps and activities.
• The Southeast Alaska Food Bank would like to thank the employees of the USDA Forest Service Juneau for donating 315 pounds of food to… Continue reading
Imagine what would happen if Election Day fell on Halloween.
Break out the glow-in-the-dark skeletons and giant inflatable Frankensteins rigged to undulate in time to the “Monster Mash” and don’t take them down until Christmas… Continue reading
Alaskans pursuing degrees and/or careers in education, government and public service are invited to apply for the Nick Begich Scholarship Intern Fund for the 2019-2020… Continue reading
Halloween is our way of facing our fears head on.
Well, it’s October. It’s been October for weeks already, and it’s fixing to stay October for weeks to come. You know how I know it’s… Continue reading
• Rob Sanderson Jr. has been named to the North Pacific Fishery Management Council’s community engagement committee. The NPFMC governs federal-waters fisheries in the waters… Continue reading
“A father of the fatherless, and a judge of the widows, is God in his holy habitation.” Psalm 68:5 Baby Boomers will remember the show… Continue reading