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Advisory committee lays groundwork for revisiting middle school travel policy

Advisory committee lays groundwork for revisiting middle school travel policyA public meeting rekindled sore feelings about the Juneau School District’s travel ban on middle school athletics.

What Juneau wore to the inaugural gala

What Juneau wore to the inaugural galaParty-goers could be seen in fashion items ranging from mink coats to consignment shop dresses, from Tlingit regalia octopus bags to purple Converse sneakers.

Security everywhere, sirens constant says Juneau man in Paris

Security everywhere, sirens constant says Juneau man in Paris"I don’t want it to make my impression of Paris any bad or worse because it has really nothing to do with Paris. It’s an international problem," says Henry DeCherney.

Juneau’s Inaugural Gala for Gov. Walker, Lt. Gov. Mallott Saturday

Juneau’s Inaugural Gala for Gov. Walker, Lt. Gov. Mallott SaturdayFestivities start at 8 p.m. with a no-host bar and live music at Centennial Hall and the Juneau Arts and Culture Center.

An LGBTQ renaissance in Juneau

An LGBTQ renaissance in JuneauWith recent grant funding, SEAGLA hopes to increase visibility and awareness in the capital city and beyond.

Pajinag takes the reins of Front Street Community Health Center

Pajinag takes the reins of Front Street Community Health CenterHe says the clinic is going through a challenging transition.

Alaska ranks 10th in U.S. for volunteerism

Alaska ranks 10th in U.S. for volunteerismAs a volunteer chaplain at Bartlett Regional Hospital, Claire Richardson provides spiritual care for patients, staff and visitors.

Pakistani student in Juneau reflects on mass school shooting

Pakistani student in Juneau reflects on mass school shooting"A lot of attacks happen in Pakistan, like suicide bombings and stuff, but they never killed innocent kids who just went to school and never came back," says Hassam Bazil.

School district to face lower enrollment next year

School district to face lower enrollment next yearEconomist Gregg Erickson says the number will likely drop by 78 from this year’s enrollment of 4,734.

How the Alaska Native Brotherhood changed Alaska history

How the Alaska Native Brotherhood changed Alaska historyThe recently published book explores an often overlooked chapter in Alaska’s story.