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People found their own ways to honor the hallowed dead.
It’s certainly one way to ring in a new year.
Even a warm winter means a cold swim.
They donated more than $2,000 dollars and more than 1,000 pounds of food.
Why start the new year off with a DUI?
They’ll celebrate here and there, too.
Deadlines for shipping to the Lower 48 are coming up fast.
The meal comes after a car crash killed two YDHS students.
Coast Guardsmen weren’t about to let rain stop them from winning a turkey.
Donations are still being accepted.
Juneau hasn’t had dry holiday since 2005.
Be sure to wear your seatbelt.
Put the Conversation Hearts down and hit the town.
Call me festive, but I like to celebrate. Constantly.