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Air Force delays scrapping HAARP; UAF seeks takeover deal

Air Force delays scrapping HAARP; UAF seeks takeover dealThe Air Force has agreed to delay its plans to demolish the $300 million HAARP research facility near Glennallen.

UAF releases plan for budget cuts

UAF releases plan for budget cutsThe University of Alaska Fairbanks has released a list of budget cuts to be implemented during the new fiscal year. The reductions affect a wide range of programs and services.

Juneau police investigate high school hazing

Juneau police investigate high school hazingJuneau police have launched an investigation into the alleged hazing of incoming high school freshmen

Hearthside Books retains local ownership

Hearthside Books retains local ownershipJuneau’s Hearthside Books has been sold to a local teacher

All Nations Children’s Dance Group fosters cultural identity

All Nations Children’s Dance Group fosters cultural identityThe All Nations Children’s Dance Group of Juneau will dance in the Grand Entrance to Celebration tonight.

Incoming superintendent’s track record set him apart

Incoming superintendent’s track record set him apartSchool board member Sean O’Brien says Mark Miller came across as having a comprehensive knowledge base of how schools are run.

California school administrator to lead Juneau school district

California school administrator to lead Juneau school districtThe Juneau School Board selected Mark Miller for superintendent.

School board will choose between three finalists for superintendent

School board will choose between three finalists for superintendentThey are school administrators in California, Texas and Hoonah.

Kerttula takes ocean policy job in Obama administration

Kerttula takes ocean policy job in Obama administrationFormer Juneau Rep. Beth Kerttula has joined the Obama Administration as Director of the National Ocean Council Office

Four to interview for Juneau school superintendent

Four to interview for Juneau school superintendentInterviews start 8 a.m. Saturday at Thunder Mountain High School. Members of the public are invited to attend.