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Hundreds came to the annual festival recognizing Juneau’s ties to the ocean.
Juneau turned out to bless and honor its fishermen, both working and lost at sea or ashore.
More and more attention is being paid nationwide to the staggering violence rates.
Second year in a row, two awards.
Most passengers were let off in Seattle, and the city is satisfied with measures in place.
Willing to work.
Glory Hall funds put on hold, heating assistance and park improvements get the OK.
City’s investments return $4M less than predicted, but an extra $16M is coming from the state.
New college, same colors.
The ship, due to arrive here Saturday, experienced an outbreak enroute from Miami to Seattle.
“A really tough, heavy-duty ambulance.”
Changes include Petition booklets, touch-screen ballots, rules for voting centers and boxes
More detailed discussion is expexted.
A new museum would ease many issues from the current building.
Students walked the stage into the next phase of life in person once more.
Growing senior population.
If convicted, the suspect faces 99 years imprisonment.
Annual citywide cleanup held.
It’s a name with a history reaching back over the last century.