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Three other family members also killed; officials at town hall address debris removal, other efforts
In 6-3 informal vote, members ask tourism director for reduction strategy for 2026 and beyond.
Rescue follows the loss of a whale calf to a vessel strike in August
If you think about it, plants are really quite remarkable organisms. They don’t have hearts or brains, and they can’t run or hop around, but… Continue reading
Chicago pianist featuring a world of contemporary classical composers during Southeast Alaska tour.
Cellos and violins will be playing rock, folk, baroque, fusion and traditional at five-day festival.
For previously winless Crimson Bears, advancing to a title game marks a step forward.
JV players make up one-third of Juneau’s squad during matchup against top team in conference.
Local runner finishes more than seven minutes ahead of runner-up at Fairbanks race
School board candidates agree on much, foes on City Hall ballot measure agree on little during forum
Funding and curriculum dominate education discussion, city’s actions and needs focus of ballot issue.
Watch the forum for Board of Education candidates and pro/con arguments of the City Hall ballot initiative
School board candidates discuss funding, curriculum; City Hall portion shows vastly different views.
Cruise ship limits, homelessness, child care shortages and renewable energy among issues discussed.
14 candidates discuss cruise tourism, homelessness, child care and proposed new City Hall.
As state and federal officials consider large-scale actions, residents can offer immediate help.