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Minecraft in the classroom: When learning looks like gaming

Minecraft in the classroom: When learning looks like gamingMinecraft is a way to get kids to think critically, collaborate, and solve problems, which is why they've made Minecraft part of a graduate education course.

Coaching Boys into Men training in Juneau

Coaching Boys into Men training in JuneauThe all-day session shows coaches how to help young male athletes promote respect and gender equality.

Delta vs. Alaska: Dueling airlines benefit Juneau

Delta vs. Alaska: Dueling airlines benefit JuneauAlaska travel analyst Scott McMurren says the power of competition goes a long way in lowering airfares.

Douglas Inn: New look, old name

Douglas Inn: New look, old nameThe bar formerly known as PP’s Douglas Inn is returning to an old name – Louie’s Douglas Inn – and receiving a full remodel.

Origami peace peacock finds a home in the state capitol

Origami peace peacock finds a home in the state capitolThe peacock is made of more than 2,000 pieces of folded paper.

New hospital CEO to start in May

New hospital CEO to start in MayCharles “Chuck” Bill has previously held other CEO positions at hospitals in Arizona, California and Colorado.

Forest Service plans improvements to Lena Beach, West Glacier & Treadwell

Forest Service plans improvements to Lena Beach, West Glacier & TreadwellPublic comment on projects to Lena Beach Recreation Area, the West Glacier Spur Road and Treadwell Ditch Trail are due in a week.

Why Alaska women earn less and what they can do about it

Why Alaska women earn less and what they can do about itState Labor Economist Caroline Schultz says occupation and industry selection is the main reason behind the pay gap.

Club at homeless shelter builds a community of trust and dialogue

Club at homeless shelter builds a community of trust and dialogueIt’s called The Glory Hole Book Club, but instead of everyone reading the same book, there’s a theme that everyone talks about each week.

“Once Upon Alaska” combines artistry of photography and rhyme

“Once Upon Alaska” combines artistry of photography and rhymeLongtime Alaska photographer Mark Kelley and writer Nick Jans have teamed up to create a children’s book.