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From prison to Pillar: Tony Hoffman shares his journey from addiction to the Olympics in final Pillars of America speech.
The speaker series is now ended.
A Juneau woman was arrested on a drug-related charge, after police found more than 6,000 pills, believed to contain fentanyl, inside a vehicle she was… Continue reading
Juneau’s dumping dilemma: City and waste officials discuss short and long-term goals for Juneau’s dying landfill
“There is no one thing that can fix this.”
“They made numerous unsupported comparisons and conclusions to support their allegation.”
New faces make impact in cross-town win over TMHS.
High revenues mean bold investments, city officials say
New exhibitions, live music and more
The scholarship is awarded to support education after high school graduation
Sasquatch Books said it has ended the publishing relationship, will discontinue selling the books.
Seeds are expected to be planted next month.
“It just means a lot to be here.”
Closure allows prep for summer.
Dozens of teams, over 200 athletes compete.
Ceremony held at future site of Totem Pole Trail.
School board president gets the OK to negotiate 3-year contract with Frank Hauser.
A Juneau man died after a residential structure fire Thursday afternoon, according to Juneau Police Department. The fire took place in the 2800 block of… Continue reading
The Floyd Dryden Mathcounts team recently placed second in the state Mathcounts competition.
Talk part of sunsetting Pillars of America series.
Board meeting at noon via Zoom.
Forum held ahead of Wednesday’s special school board meeting.