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Bethel citizens urge council to stop liquor stores

Bethel citizens urge council to stop liquor storesMore than 40 people spoke for more than 31/2 hours at a public hearing, with many sharing personal stories about how alcohol has destroyed them or their families.

Discovery Southeast honors teacher Allie Smith

Discovery Southeast honors teacher Allie Smith"I think it’s really important for kids to get comfortable with being outside," says Allie Smith.

Juneau School Board approves $86 million budget

Juneau School Board approves $86 million budgetThe district isn’t putting any operating fund money toward high school activities travel or coaches.

Town hall offers veterans a chance to connect with VA officials

Town hall offers veterans a chance to connect with VA officialsThe U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs is holding another listening session in Juneau tonight.

Eaglecrest shuts down for season

Eaglecrest shuts down for seasonGeneral Manager Matt Lillard says it was fiscally responsible thing to do.

The annual draining of Twin Lakes

The annual draining of Twin LakesThe Alaska Department of Fish and Game and Juneau’s Parks and Recreation department drain Twin Lakes once a year to control the invasive weed, milfoil.

Tlingit and Haida receives grant for efficiency upgrades

Tlingit and Haida receives grant for efficiency upgradesSoutheast Alaska’s largest tribal organization is getting $500,000 from the federal government to make energy efficiency upgrades to its Juneau headquarters.

Leaving a legacy and resetting the stage

Leaving a legacy and resetting the stageJuneau ended up being exactly what Ricci Adan needed. And Juneau’s artistic world needed Adan.

SLAM steel work getting underway

SLAM steel work getting underwayThe new State Library Archives and Museum is beginning to take shape.

Iditarod front-runners looking forward to time away from competition

Iditarod front-runners looking forward to time away from competitionThe top-10 Iditarod mushers have arrived safely in Nome and their sled dogs are tucked in for a long rest in the dog yard. For most of the front-runners, a top-10 finish is nothing new.