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Thrills and chills
Half of 30,000 ballots during first week of early arrive via mail, requests far above 2018 midterms
Drop off begins Saturday, Nov. 5
Firefighters say Wood Duck Avenue blaze was unintentional
Alternative headline: The knife aquatic.
TMHS and JDHS host fall carnival fundraisers
No signs of imminent eruption
Bus’ a move.
Democratic incumbent, two Republicans and a Libertarian often overlap in statewide TV forum
‘Once again, Angoon has a dugout’: Village residents welcome dugout canoe 140 years after bombardment
It’s the first dugout canoe in Angoon since the U.S. destroyed the village’s fleet in 1882.
Planning Commission OKs turning former homeless shelter into low-income housing after one-year fight
New facility could be up and running by this summer.
BRH hopes to provide hospice and home care within months; new grant boosts other elderly services
Announcement comes after intense few years, and she is stepping away at the end of June.
He’s putting the caring in scaring.
Two-term Democratic state Rep. Sara Hannan faces low-profile challenger Darrell Harmon
Team takes top spot among other honors.
Assembly agrees to predevelopment loan for 72-unit Gastineau Lodges project.
Boroughwide abatement ordinance gets the OK after whirlwind debate
Juneau high school wrestlers take top spots at weekend tournaments