A decade ago, as the United States was getting more and more entangled in war in Afghanistan and Iraq, a small group of Juneau residents founded Juneau People for Peace and Justice. The group continues to be a visible and vocal organization dedicated to cultivating the message of peace.
Democrats in the state House will take another shot at providing relief for Alaska students taking out loans for higher education.
Gov. Sean Parnell’s proposed fiscal year 2014 operating budget would continue funding to put Alaska Grown foods on school lunch menus.
The $3 million “Nutritional … more
The University of Alaska Fairbanks has won a $1.9 million grant from the U.S. Department of Education to support Alaska Native language programs.
Eight-year-old violinists and arts in Juneau schools have drawn the John F. Kennedy Center to the capital city. Representatives from the nation’s performing arts center are scoping out Juneau as a finalist for the Any Given Child program.
Visitors to Juneau schools should expect a little tighter security.
The recent horrific shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Connecticut has prompted a look … more
Juneau public broadcasting’s months-long American Graduate project culminated Dec. 10 in Getting to Graduation, a community discussion broadcasted live on TV, radio and online.
The … more
Salmon and halibut on a school lunch menu – it’s been happening in Juneau as the school district looks for healthier and more local foods for kids.
Alaska State Troopers have arrested a substitute teacher accused by authorities in Idaho of committing lewd acts with a minor.
The Juneau School Board has selected Lisa Worl to finish out the term of Kim Poole, who recently resigned.
The board Tuesday night voted for … more