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Arrest made after assault with knife in Lemon Creek area
Alcohol was involved, police say.
Friday night lights: Alumni game provides memories and funds for Huskies football
The night raised approximately $13,000 to go toward the upcoming season.
Ships in Port for the Week of May 28
Here’s what to expect this week.
3 on ‘23: Graduating seniors discuss past lessons and future plans
Students among speakers at Juneau’s three high school ceremonies Sunday
Thank you mister Miller: Sayéik: Gastineau Community School teacher to retire after 24 years
Sayéik: Gastineau Community School teacher to retire after 24 years
District selects first full-time principal for the Tlingit culture, language and literacy program
Eldri Westmoreland is set to fill the position starting in July.
District leaders give one-time funding boost an incomplete
Mix of relief and fear of potential veto greet increase included in budget.
Planning Commission urges rejection of new hazard maps and policy
The decision came after nearly 20 rounds of public testimony advocating against the maps.
Airport to begin $10M parking improvement project next week
Parking will be limited during the summer and into the fall, officials say.
City signals support for renaming South Seward Street
Sealaska Heritage Institute applied for it to be renamed to Heritage Way.
Spring Tide Scramble beats the tide
Youth and adult runners get dirty on the mud flats
Assembly OKs $10M in funds for future City Hall project
The funding could go toward building a new one or renovating the current building.
Man pleads guilty to assault of crew member while on flight to Juneau
The assault occurred on April 1, according to court documents.
Annual fundraiser run torches last year’s total
Around $15,000 was raised to go toward athletes on the Special Olympics Alaska Juneau team.
Salmon Creek site emerges as preference during second crossing meeting
“I feel like salmon creek has the least financial impacts, the least wetland impact.”
A journey to the stars was the final field trip of the year
Kids treated to the story of Raven and the Box of Daylight.
City receives nearly 400 residential property assessment appeals
The Board of Equalization began hearing cases Thursday.
STEAM comes to Sayeik: Gastineau Community School
District’s first time hosting during school hours for more student involvement.
Vote-by-mail elections now permanent in Juneau
Assembly voted for the change despite some public pushback.
Assembly votes to lower property tax rate
The approved 10.16 mill rate means that for every $1,000 in property value there is a tax of $10.16.