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My wife added a little sugar, but not so much that the caribou tasted like standard breakfast sausage mix with maple syrup flavoring. I am… Continue reading
For previously winless Crimson Bears, advancing to a title game marks a step forward.
JV players make up one-third of Juneau’s squad during matchup against top team in conference.
TMHS is undefeated, JDHS winless as teams begin three-day Sitka competition.
Largest field in Southeast history sees Crimson Bears on top
JDHS and TMHS coaches share optimism as season progresses.
Local runner finishes more than seven minutes ahead of runner-up at Fairbanks race
A victorious 44-mile solo quest among 1,800 participants at 40th annual Skagway-to-Whitehorse race
Juneau takes early lead at home, but Colony rallies during occasionally heavy rain Friday night.
Oh my, it’s that time again. The Equinox Marathon starts with a cannon blast on the third Saturday of September here at the University of… Continue reading
It’s Sam calling… As I discussed the critical moment at which the protagonist must make the decision to act, and therefore begin the journey through… Continue reading
TMHS prevails in toughest game yet to stay undefeated; JDHS puts up fight seeking first win.
Juneau gets first win as replacement QB Hayden Aube overcomes goal-line fumbles, scores winning TD.
With a smartphone and no previous experience, pair giving fans in Juneau an interactive experience.
Nearly 60 youths flocked to building to partake in first weekend clinic since its opening.
Last year’s conference champs haven’t lost a set this season, boost record to 4-0
Bad snap, kicks and coverage result in TDs for Anchorage team as Juneau drops to 0-4.
The tent was unzipped only enough for my feet to be outside. I was exhausted and needed a respite from the mosquitos that were able… Continue reading
THMS completes sweep of two nights of matchups between local teams on each other’s courts.
Juneau falls behind 35-7 midway through second quarter to Anchorage team, drops to 0-3.