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‘I am a girl on the run’

‘I am a girl on the run’The founder of Girls on the Run, an after-school running program that empowers girls to be healthy, happy and confident, visited Juneau.

Denali climber dies in fall

Denali climber dies in fallA 39-year-old Washington state woman is the first victim of the Denali climbing season

Former Rep. Carl Moses dies

Former Rep. Carl Moses diesMoses was the longest-serving member of the House

13,000 Alaskans enrolled with Healthcare.gov

About 13,000 Alaskans signed up for health insurance on healthcare.gov during the open enrollment period that closed March 31st.

Report finds weaknesses, solutions in Sitka’s food system

Report finds weaknesses, solutions in Sitka’s food systemA recent report called “The Sitka Community Food Assessment” reveals that our food system is vulnerable — especially to the unpredictable costs of fuel.

City Hall packed by Augustus Brown Swimming Pool supporters last night

City Hall packed by Augustus Brown Swimming Pool supporters last nightThirty people testified on the Augustus Brown pool and a proposal to raise the mill rate

Southcentral Foundation Reaches Historic Settlement With IHS

The Southcentral Foundation announced a settlement with the Indian Health Service over contract payments represent the largest IHS settlement in history.

Bartlett board defends salary for new CEO Chuck Bill

Bartlett board defends salary for new CEO Chuck BillNew Bartlett Regional Hospital CEO Chuck Bill will make $315,000 annually and get two signing bonuses worth a total of $63,000.

Parnell signs medevac membership bill

Parnell signs medevac membership billEmergency medical flight membership programs will once again be legal in Alaska at 12:01 a.m. Thursday

Parnell signs abortion bill

Parnell signs abortion billGov. Sean Parnell has signed a bill that restricts state Medicaid payments for abortions.