More than half of Galena’s 400 residents have evacuated as flooding from an ice jam on the Yukon River worsened yesterday.
Every year, most of Alaska’s breweries descend on tiny Haines for their annual brew fest.
Small American flags and flowers decorate Juneau grave sites as families and friends observe Memorial Day at two locations in Juneau.
The cheers of high school seniors were heard throughout Juneau yesterday (Sunday) as they celebrated their graduation.
High school seniors across Southeast Alaska are graduating this weekend, from tiny Angoon, with four graduates, to the largest class in the region at Thunder … more
The Thunder Mountain High School (TMHS) yearbook team got inventive this year. The class, led by Janna Lelchuk, used a combination of smartphone technology and raw creativity to come up with what they believe is the first ever “Digitally Interactive Yearbook,” dubbed the “iFalcon.”
Memorial Day observances will start at 11 a.m. at Evergreen Cemetery in downtown Juneau and at the Alaska Memorial Park on Riverside Drive in Mendenhall Valley.
The Juneau Planning Commission could reconsider rejecting of a conditional use permit for a new boat launch and parking area
Acting Juneau International Airport Manager Patty deLaBruere will step into the top spot next month.
The Airport Board selection committee is recommending the board offer … more
Alaska has joined the more than 30 states across the country that have gotten waivers from No Child Left Behind.