Huskies hang on — but not without last-minute drama.
“It provides an opportunity for healing on multiple levels”
Here’s what you need to know.
The sky’s the limit for the district
Food for vets bill passes House, pollster says she is “the most popular figure in Alaska right now.”
Deadline to cast municipal ballots is 8 p.m. Tuesday.
Unlike the giant storm that hit Alaska in mid-September, hurricanes and typhoons both have eyes.
Misinformation about mandatory disclosure and how property tax works has been spreading.
September saw record rainfall, damaged structures.
If looks could kill…
Mackey is back-y
Too vibrant, too active, too many to go unseen.
Abortion, PFD factor into forum.
Over a decade of hard work nets Juneau woman rare honor
Orange Shirt Day is this Friday.
In addition, far-left progressives are not as they think of themselves.
“She wanted to make things beautiful, to help make people beautiful…”
As I reflect on the past during the High Holy Days, I am also going to reframe how I think.
Three finalists seeking to manage $73.7B fund to appear before trustees at public meeting in Juneau
He’s got a whole Smith-list of goals
Trustees acted legally, despite not following official policy, and governor didn’t influence decision
Extended operations for church’s second year as host seeks less frigid winter for homeless, neighbors
“This pole is for the Chookaneidi, but here among us, many clans are represented…”
“If you’re going to have your home destroyed, Juneau is the best place to do it.”
Reading old writing is an experience.
Drinking naturally flavored water is one of the best things about living in Lingit Aani.
Addressing the housing shortage is a top priority
Report presented by salmon industry advocates asserts state business subsidy agency cost public $10B
Addressing trash problem is a top priority.
Three homes were damaged; at least a dozen people displaced.
I’m really not so worried about the city government knowing what we paid for our house.
The city’s disclosure rule doesn’t compromise your privacy — it just democratizes access to information.
Guttation drops contain not only water but also sugars, proteins, and probably minerals.
JPD said officers are working “around the clock” on the criminal investigation.
U.S. Forest Service seeking public’s input on spending $14.4M at new and upgraded state sites
No one hurt, according to Capital City Fire/Rescue.
Alumni of local youth music program get tips from pro trio before taking center stage at JDHS.
City seeks applicants for fund meant to incentivize development.
TMHS wins two cross-town matches
At some point, you’ve paid enough taxes/ you have done your share.
This is very personal to me – for several reasons.
Thank you, merci, danke, gracias, gunalchéesh.
Here’s what to expect this week.
Juneau’s cross-country runners and coaches in sunny spirits about chances going into championships
“The Red Cross has always had a great reputation for serving in times of disaster”
Huskies are back-to-back Cook Inlet Conference champs after lopsided win.
Republican challenger staying the course despite trailing in recent recent polling and fundraising
Ninth annual event celebrates Juneau’s electric vehicle growth as one of fastest in U.S.
Autopsy scheduled for Friday; no arrests made