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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.
Capital City Fire/Rescue, Mr. and Mrs. Claus ready for parade
The icebreaker was retasked north to support the national security and science mission there.
The drive has two drop off locations for dog and cat food.
The group came up with the idea to help out during the bitter winter.
The meals are available for anyone who needs one.
They hope to get a turkey for each household in the hard-hit town.
The Thanksgiving meal will go on, albeit in very modified form.
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.