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Living with uncertainty is a part of life.
With the Season of Thanks upon us, we are reflecting on our gratitude for all who made the eighth year of the Juneau Trail and… Continue reading
Earlier this fall, the United Way of Southeast Alaska launched its Annual Giving Campaign. Why is this important to know about and be involved in?… Continue reading
Some of us are caught up in sameness.
Hanukkah isn’t all about defying your cardiologist’s orders.
“We are very fortunate to have Frances.”
A poem submitted by reader Jack Campbell.
As a part of “Giving Tuesday,” the Avista Foundation donated a total of $18,550 to eight different Juneau agencies. The Avista Foundation is a separate,… Continue reading
Decision comes after six month search.
Craig and Barbara Lindh of Juneau celebrated 50 years of marriage on Thursday, Nov. 29, 2018. They have shared a half-century of love, laughter, adventure… Continue reading
Southeast Alaska Regional Health Consortium will hold the first Reclaim Own And Renew (ROAR) Women’s Conference Jan. 11 and 12, 2019. ROAR is first of… Continue reading
• DIPAC would like to thank the special volunteers this last summer and fall who contributed greatly in helping us promote our public education programs.… Continue reading
Light can mean brightness and illumination.
Thank you letters for Nov. 25, 2018.
A poem submitted by reader Amy Pinney.
Recognitions for Nov. 25, 2018.
Mark Kiessling, General Manager of Coeur Alaska, Kensington Mine presents a check for $26,474.78 to Warren Russell, Chair of the United Way of Southeast Alaska… Continue reading
‘Tis the season.
Southeast Alaska is famous for rain. But we don’t care.