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Mendenhall Glacier inspires awe, demands respect

Mendenhall Glacier inspires awe, demands respect

Visitors are urged to be cautious and be prepared when on lake ice, approaching glacier, or entering ice cave

Firefighters stretched while responding to Lemon Creek emergencies

Firefighters stretched while responding to Lemon Creek emergencies

CBJ asking Legislature to fund design of new fire station

Judge rules for Petersburg in boundary dispute

Judge rules for Petersburg in boundary dispute

Local Boundary Commission already considered Juneau issues during review of Petersburg Borough’s petition

Judicial Council seat filled by Anchorage lawyer

James E. Torgerson’s six-year appointment is subject to Legislative confirmation

Begich: Public dollars are for public education

Begich: Public dollars are for public education

Begich singled out public school funding and constitutional amendment for state support of private or religious schools

Aurora, all-comers races featured at Eaglecrest this week

Aurora, all-comers races featured at Eaglecrest this week

Another beautiful weekend is in the forecast

Final Friday marks last public day for Alaska State Museum

Final Friday marks last public day for Alaska State Museum

After 47 years of operation, downtown Juneau facility closing to make way for SLAM

New Rep. Sam Kito III takes oath of office

New Rep. Sam Kito III takes oath of office

Newest legislator for House District 32 can now attend committee hearings, vote on bills

Snow flurries and future Jr. Olympic skiers expected this weekend

Snow flurries and future Jr. Olympic skiers expected this weekend

Forecast includes “last gasp of some moisture” on Friday

Satellite data confirms sea ice-climate change link for first time

Satellite data confirms sea ice-climate change link for first time

Observable sea ice data shows striking differences from previous climate computer models.