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Hiker who freed trapped eagle due in court today

Hiker who freed trapped eagle due in court today"I knew at the time that the eagle didn’t have a very good chance," Kathleen Adair says.

Southeast Waffle Company to get gourmet makeover

Southeast Waffle Company to get gourmet makeoverThe business will soon transform into GonZo under new owners Aims and Alex Alf.

Mallott remembers his mother during Juneau’s MLK celebration

Mallott remembers his mother during Juneau’s MLK celebrationLt. Gov. Byron Mallott spoke about his mother’s experience with discrimination.

“The Mountaintop” portrays the personal side of MLK

“The Mountaintop” portrays the personal side of MLKThe play depicts the imagined last night of Martin Luther King Jr. before his assassination in 1968.

People with disabilities find independence through skiing

People with disabilities find independence through skiingORCA brainstorms solutions for how to make skiing enjoyable for everyone.

UAS closes bookstore, prepares for tight budget times

UAS closes bookstore, prepares for tight budget times"The bookstore had not been profitable for quite a few years," says UAS Vice Chancellor Michael Ciri.

Swanton appointed deputy commissioner of Fish and Game

Charles Swanton will lead the department on Pacific salmon issues.

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.