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Falcons begin quest for state title Thursday; JDHS plays Ketchikan tough in elimination game.
Crimson Bears girls win title, Falcons girls place second at ASAA Swim & Dive State Championships.
Two-day ASAA Swim Dive State Championships start Friday at Dimond Park Aquatic Center.
One hundred years ago, a group of men sailed to the northern coast of Alaska to find a land mass rumored to protrude from the… Continue reading
Catcher will exchange Alaska plate duties for Dallas heat
Crimson Bears win five-set comeback thriller; Falcons continue strong season with straight-sets win.
Crimson Bears hockey puts football-size scores on visiting Wolves
Gentemann, Tracy top costumes; Janes 5K winner
Legal, moral concerns raised by local school and city officials about state’s transgender sports ban
School board seeks more input after hearing ban violates city bylaws and maybe state’s Constitution.
Twenty minutes after the first call and maybe two after the last sip of coffee, a gray body walked casually behind a smattering of brush… Continue reading
Ketchikan takes overall title, Falcons second in two-day, co-ed competition among eight schools.
Three four-member bowling teams in weekend tournament advance to statewide event next month.
QA covers his book, lifelong friends in Juneau, faith and Kobe Bryant.
A few years ago, Randy Brown wondered if he might lose $50,000 he had just won as part of the Rachel Carson Award for Exemplary… Continue reading
Crimson Bears overcome season-long struggles to make semifinal against high-flying Falcons.
I asked the artist if he had Instagram. “No, I’m from the Facebook era.” We both laughed. He looked it, but you can never tell.… Continue reading
Juneau officials say enforcement specifics — and if they affect any local athletes — to be determined.
Local boys team finishes fifth; three Juneau girls and one boy finish in top 10 individually.
Team takes first place in mixed doubles, second in girls doubles and third in boys doubles
Falcons remain among state’s best teams with pair of physical back-and-forth victories.