Western Auto Marine’s general manager hopes to sow local interest in 3D printers.
The man who founded and recently sold the Juneau and Sitka NBC stations is surprised GCI Cable and KTUU are still struggling to reach agreement on KTUU carriage terms.
The Ketchikan School District says it had to spend $7,000 to conduct background checks and fingerprint 31 preschool staff members to satisfy new state requirements, which they said was a redundant process.
There have been two confirmed cases and three suspected cases of the disease at schools in the downtown area.
Contract bargaining between the Juneau School District and teachers resumed Monday evening,
It’s no secret that fewer and fewer people can fluently speak Alaska Native languages. And while there’s renewed interest, it’s hard to get beyond nouns and verbs.
Carlton Smith got into ventriloquism fifty years ago as a ten-year-old boy living in Haines. When Smith was bedridden with hepatitis for four months, his father bought him his first puppet from a Sears-Roebuck catalog – a red-headed figure wearing a green suit named Jerry.
Riverbend Elementary School held its morning recess indoors Thursday after hearing reports of a bear sighting along the Mendenhall River.
Only three people showed up for the first meeting of a community task force looking at Juneau middle school travel policies.