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Shakespeare is alive in the capital city, 24 hours a day

Shakespeare is alive in the capital city, 24 hours a dayHere's a glimpse into Day Four of the Bard-A-Thon at Juneau’s Downtown Public Library

School administration’s budget favors bigger class sizes, fewer teachers

School administration’s budget favors bigger class sizes, fewer teachersThe Juneau School District administration ignored recommendations by the budget advisory committee

Gelbrich loses out on Nampa job

Gelbrich loses out on Nampa jobJuneau Superintendent Glenn Gelbrich has been passed up again for a superintendent's job in another state.

Budget committee presents recommendations to Juneau school board

Budget committee presents recommendations to Juneau school boardThe school board now has until the end of the month to finalize the spending plan and submit it to the Juneau Assembly.

Idaho newspaper questions Gelbrich about travel

Idaho newspaper questions Gelbrich about travelJuneau School District Superintendent Glenn Gelbrich could know by the end of the week if he’ll be moving to Nampa, Idaho.

Bill would allow guns to be carried on campus

Bill would allow guns to be carried on campusGamble emphasized his support for the Second Amendment, but said the state still could regulate firearms for the good of the public.

Juneau superintendent finalist for Idaho job

Juneau superintendent finalist for Idaho jobGlenn Gelbrich will be interviewed on Monday by the Nampa School District Board of Trustees.

Final Friday marks last public day for Alaska State Museum

Final Friday marks last public day for Alaska State MuseumAfter 47 years of operation, downtown Juneau facility closing to make way for SLAM

School budget committee prioritizes smaller classes, more nurses

School budget committee prioritizes smaller classes, more nursesA school budget advisory committee disagreed with the superintendent on how to deal with a multi-million dollar shortfall at its final meeting Tuesday night.

Supporters cheer Alaska Native languages bill

Supporters cheer Alaska Native languages billDozens of people testified in favor of HB 216, which unanimously cleared the House Community and Regional Affairs Committee.