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It might be the first alumni game held by the JDHS softball team.
Coaches acknowledge hard work and dedication.
North Carolina and Fairbanks are a little further than a 1650-yard race away.
Man and 16 dogs been stranded in Alaska by travel restrictions and flight cancellations.
The 2020 Track & Field season was looking to be one for the record books.
We will never know how good we would have been. I do know that we would have worked hard all year
Unfortunately, these fine young men will never get to know what it feels like to play their last home game in front of their family… Continue reading
These seniors had a great run during their years playing soccer at JDHS.
The Falcon softball team and coaching staff wishes the best to our five graduating seniors
We were looking forward to having a successful season with our four seniors leading our team.
Eight seniors are recognized.
They’ve been playing together for a decade.
The last time three players signed in one year was 2014.
With virtually every other event canceled or postponed amid the coronavirus pandemic, the nonprofit focused on restoring and preserving Alaska’s oldest original lighthouse decided to… Continue reading
Far away from each, teams still found a way to be close.
Their season was abruptly truncated by coronavirus measures.
It was a wild week of basketball for Juneau teams.
Chrysler puts on the brakes.
Race officials scrambled to make last minute changes prompted by concerns over the new coronavirus.