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People of all ages and backgrounds were in attendance.
The shelter aims to feed more than 150 families for the holiday.
The witch and her house are ready for guests.
Girls are natural-born scientists.
The city adopted an updated plan for the area, but it might not mean much.
Some city officials are looking forward to making composting easier in town.
There’s no snow on the pumpkin, and there might not be any frost, either. Juneau’s abnormally warm October set a record Sunday as temperatures reached… Continue reading
Reasons for the warrants included vehicle theft and not showing up to court.
People on his route referred to him as a “daily friend” and “hero.”
Thirty years after the brutal murder of an elderly man, the case remains unsolved.
Two nights this week, you can celebrate Halloween by climbing for candy. The Rock Dump is getting into the holiday spirit this week, decorating and… Continue reading
The suspect claimed he was trying to push the victim away during an altercation.
There are three open seats on the Juneau Economic Development Council’s Board of Directors, and the deadline to apply for a spot has been extended,… Continue reading
Weather on Thursday’s centennial and the day of the Princess Sophia’s sinking shared a bit in common — but not to an eerie degree, said… Continue reading
Windy weather wasn’t enough to deter people from paying their respects.
University of Alaska Southeast Chancellor Rick Caulfield shared good news with the Juneau Chamber of Commerce Thursday: The number of new students is rising, and… Continue reading
One person was treated for minor injuries.
This Halloween weekend, there’s reason for celebration but no reason to drive drunk. Those who are looking to have a few drinks at a bar… Continue reading
Three major events are taking place Thursday.
One church suffered about $10,000 in damages.