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Ways to observe Elizabeth Peratrovich Day in Juneau
Commemorating the Alaska Native civil rights leader here in the capital city.
Not-so-easy rider: snowboarding movie featuring Southeast backcountry gets local premiere
A Q&A with Mark Rainery.
Celebration marks completion of mural
A place of “honor, dignity and respect”
A look before the ‘Leap’
Previewing Perseverance Theatre’s latest, which blends basketball, Chinese history and identity.
No major injuries reported following crashes
Week starts with wrecks.
City expresses support for hospital acquisition of Wildflower Court
Bartlett Regional Hospital officials say merger can help meet current hospice demand.
City takes step toward opposing lawsuit threatening closure of Southeast Alaska king salmon trolling
CBJ follows other Southeast Alaska cities which cite negative economic impacts
‘I’m trying to keep her story alive’: Family of Tracy Day continues to search for answers four years after her disappearance
Police say the case is still open and under investigation.
Downtown Juneau goes to the dogs
Local businesses celebrate Pawlentine’s Day with event.
Douglas Indian Association condemns district’s handling of racist insults complaint
Members “demand accountability,” say inaction could affect tribal consultations with the district.
Floyd Dryden Middle School wrestling gets a surprise donation
The school received a donation of up to $15,000 to pay for a new wrestling mat.
Recovery efforts are underway for sunken tugboat
Coast Guard is leading the operation, says it could take multiple days to complete
Report: Juneau schools see sharp uptick in students experiencing homelessness
The district saw a 59% increase compared to this time last year.
Pair of F-35s make their presence known at airport
“It’s not at all uncommon for us to see that here.”
Double-double trouble: It’s a win-win to have two sets of twins for TMHS girls basketball
Sophomores Kerra and Cailynn Baxter and juniors Jaya and Mikah Carandang talk chemistry, advantages
What sank the Juneau icebreaker plan?
Sullivan, in a “bit of hearsay,” blames last-minute swap for border funds by still-unknown person
JPD honors officers in annual award ceremony
The late Chief Pat Wellington presented with legislative memoriam.
Tlingit language and culture program expands its reach
The optional district program is extending to eighth grade, hiring full-time principal
Exhibit shines a light on shipwreck’s history
Haines commemorates 125th anniversary of the Clara Nevada.
Students expand worldview through exchange programs
Sixteen-year-old Leni Schilling said she’s been dreaming of traveling to America through an international national program since she was a young girl. The aspiration began… Continue reading