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Four Juneau youth win Hilary Lindh scholarship

Four Juneau youth win Hilary Lindh scholarship

Olympic skier Hilary Lindh and scholarship winners Dalton Hoy, Claire Engstrom, and Iosefa Allen. Not pictured: Daniella Fincher. Photo courtesy Eaglecrest Snow Sports School.

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Juneau Afternoon 12/26/12

Juneau Afternoon 12/26/12

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Andy Kline hosts.

Wearable art, New Year’s Eve KXLL Dance, Capital City Classic, Eaglecrest

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Juneau Afternoon 12/27/12

Juneau Afternoon 12/27/12Andy Kline hosts: We’ll hear about this Monday’s New Year’s Eve Dance, the Juneau Afterschool Coalition, Arts Up, That, Writers’ Almanac, music & more

Fosbee Apartments fire causes $5,000 damage

According to a release from Capital City Fire and Rescue, the fire in a second floor apartment was caused by Christmas lights.

Two people take unexpected Christmas plunge in Mendenhall Lake

Two people take unexpected Christmas plunge in Mendenhall LakeNo injuries reported after two people fell through ice at the face of the Mendenhall Glacier on Christmas Day.

Phone book handouts no longer required in Juneau

Phone book handouts no longer required in JuneauState phone company regulators are endorsing a plan to halt automatic distribution of residential phone directories in four urban Alaska areas.

Congress passes the National Defense Authorization Act

Renewed defense act calls for increase in role of Fort Greely

AK Democrats to offer student loan rate relief

Democrats in the state House will take another shot at providing relief for Alaska students taking out loans for higher education.

Kenai prison program is for inmates and dogs

Wildwood Correctional Center has a new program that has inmates and dogs helping each other.

Maine man’s body found on Alaska mountain

The body of a Coast Guardsman from Maine who went missing while hiking in Alaska has been recovered.