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Open house held at Mendenhall Glacier Visitor Center, web event set for Thursday.
The planning commission approved a conditional use permit for the project at 35 Mile
The new school heads will join the district in the coming academic year in the fall
Rally comes after anniversary of now-overturned Roe v. Wade.
Feb. 7 is Safer Internet Day.
Dunleavy celebrates “peaceful transfer of power…to myself” at inaugural party Friday
A child care conundrum: Closures make local shortage worse, and providers say solutions may take a while.
“The crisis that we are having and experiencing right now, we are not alone in it.”
“It’s one more tool in the toolbox.”
No decision made on Friday.
Rennovations expected to complete in early August
Millions of acres are available for Vietnam-era Alaska Native veterans, but many in Southeast don’t want it
‘We want Southeast Alaska.’
Registration is now open and games will be livestreamed.
“I think for a wildlife photographer it’s the world’s highest compliment.”
“The event is about encouraging teens to evaluate their lives…”
Black Awareness Association of Juneau holds MLK Day drive.
He was also sentenced on a drug charge.
Michael Orelove, a colorful character known for art installations, leaves lasting legacy.
However, Juneau’s delegation expresses optimism for progress on health, safety and education.
‘We’re in unprecedented territory as a hospital’: Bartlett Regional Hospital announces cost-cutting plans
Measures are to address its estimated $10M deficit this fiscal year, $2 million in upcoming year.
Bus down: City preps for incoming electric bus fleet as its current electric bus remains out of commission
Capital Transit expects the new fleet to arrive during the summer of 2024