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K-9 keeps nose to grindstone as he nears retirement
Buddy continues to play a critical role in drug control in Juneau
Here’s booking at you, kids
Montessori Borealis students earn 10th place in statewide Battle of the Books.
Alaska Science Forum: The demise of Scotch Cap lighthouse
In 1946, a 130-foot wave struck the lighthouse at 2:18 a.m.
Toaster apparent cause of fatal fire
One person, two dogs dead after trailer blaze.
Emotions high for JDHS girls and boys basketball senior night
Region V tournament begins March 8.
Opinions cross at city-hosted second crossing meeting
Residents express support and concern about the potential project.
Alaskan Brewing Co. selects 2023 nonprofit partner, donates $8,000 to food bank
Tasting Room event celebrates 2022 donation to Southeast Food Bank.
Glacier Swim Club hosts masters meet for the first time in Juneau
GSC breaks state records at masters meet.
School district scammed out of nearly $270,000 by someone posing as a vendor
City officials say CBJ may assist in covering the financial burden
Three arrested on robbery and assault charges
Only minor injuries were reported.
Rally for disability services plows ahead despite weather
About 20 people make their way to Capitol to seek solutions for service shortages.
Blizzard prompts closures, elevates avalanche risk in Juneau
Officials say as the snow continues to fall, the avalanche risk rises
Thunder Mountain strikes twice in senior night games
Boys and girls win in cross-town contests against JDHS.
City releases final draft of Montana Creek master plan
Residents have until the end of March to submit comments
Longer road ahead for proposed e-bike tours on Pioneer Road
A company seeks to provide tours three times per day, six days a week
Explosives used to reduce avalanche risk
Mission comes ahead of expected heavy snowfall.
City to consolidate multiple advisory boards
The decision comes after difficulties to fill board vacancies and maintain consist meetings
14.3 inches of snow in Juneau sets new record
Total recorded over 24 hours at airport, breaks 1967 mark of 9 inches for Feb. 24.
City finance director to leave post
Jeff Rogers said he expects to depart sometime this summer
Docks and harbors board considers fee increases, requiring insurance
The increase is set to be the largest in 40 years, said port director