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Target acquired: Traditional Games see archery debut, record number of athletes
Dozens of teams, over 200 athletes compete.
PHOTOS: Blessing held at grounds of Kootéeyaa Deiyí
Ceremony held at future site of Totem Pole Trail.
Longtime Alaska educator picked to be next Juneau superintendent
School board president gets the OK to negotiate 3-year contract with Frank Hauser.
Authorities investigating fatal fire
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
Local mathletes make trip to Fairbanks count
The Floyd Dryden Mathcounts team recently placed second in the state Mathcounts competition.
A Pillar in the face of loss: Lauren Sisler shares tale of resilience amid tragedy
Talk part of sunsetting Pillars of America series.
Superintendent decision moved to Friday
Board meeting at noon via Zoom.
Superintendent finalists field questions
Forum held ahead of Wednesday’s special school board meeting.
State Trooper convicted of attempted sexual abuse of a minor
KENAI — Vance Peronto, formerly an Alaska State Trooper based in Soldotna, was convicted Friday of one count of attempted sexual abuse of a minor… Continue reading
Progress in view for Riverview
Move-in day is on the horizon and a public information event is set for Saturday.
Ted Burke receives Dr. Walter Soboleff Award at Gold Medal Tournament
“I was definitely surprised,” Burke said. “I didn’t even think there was going to be one this year.”
School district announces finalists for superintendent post
Public forum and interviews scheduled for next week.
City directs $6.6M toward recreation projects approved by voters
Assembly member expressed concerns about one of the project’s link to PFAS
City OKs $5M toward proposed Capital Civic Center
The money is intended to show the city’s commitment to the project as it seeks federal funding
City offers up to $30K hiring bonus for new police officers
Police union representative says it’s not enough to fix the department’s recruitment challenges
New study links mine to elevated lead levels in Hawk Inlet
Hecla Greens Creek Mine official ardently refutes the report’s findings.
Top brass turns out for event at State Museum
Free performance puts a capt on a busy season.
Lucky weather for annual St. Paddy’s race
Juneau Trail and Road Runners host Flanagan’s Run.
CBJ cash office and sales tax office returns to regular service hours
This comes after months of reduced operating hours due to a staffing shortage
Rooted in Community: The historic Valentine Building and the Findley Family
Many shops have occupied the Seward Street storefronts while Juneau Drug anchors the corner space.