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Streamers, flags and reflectors, all in.
The weather may not be ideal for pyrotechnics as is.
Snow is expected to be heaviest as partygoers would be getting started.
Two front teeth didn’t crack the list.
More than 2,500 kids received toys from the Toys for Tots program.
Solstice means we’ll soon be gaining daylight
Shop with a Cop returns as in-person event.
Ho! Ho! Ho!
Hundreds turned out despite heavy snow that morning.
No weather or floating lines could stay these Coast Guardsmen about their task.
A not-so-silent night.
Juneau residents came out firing for the annual event.
Volunteers and donations bring out their best.
Helping one’s neighbors was part of King’s message
Don’t celebrate the end of 2020 too hard.
Sights from this holiday season.
Elks look to the past to end 2020 on a brighter note.
By Dana Zigmund Juneau Empire Juneau residents gathered in front of the Juneau-Douglas City Museum to enjoy holiday lights and mark the winter solstice Monday… Continue reading
Any kind of light will do.