The Treadwell Ice Arena closed out its 10th year on Sunday. And with that, so too closed out another season of Juneau Adult Hockey Association action.
Schools from around Southeast Alaska brought their music to the capital city earlier this month at the annual Southeast Music Festival.
Bethel Regional High School graduate, Natalie Hanson, is now the American powerlifting record holder in three of the sport’s biggest events.
A Ketchikan school bus driver has been fired after allegedly threatening children while holding a knife.
Despite the lingering effects of winter, spring whaling has begun in Arctic Alaska and seal hunters are also heading to the coast from Chevak in the Southwest part of the state.
Elected officials from Juneau, Haines, Skagway and Whitehorse met in Skagway on Friday for what was called the Northern Neighbors Summit.
The Juneau School District and Juneau Education Association teachers union have reached another impasse in negotiations for a long term contract.
An Anchorage-based co-op is raising money to begin after-school training that combines ancient techniques of kayak design with education.
The University of Alaska Southeast campus in Juneau is planning to award 349 degrees, certificates and occupational endorsements in May. That’s 60 more than the previous year.
First pitch festivities and games are now scheduled for Saturday, May 4th at Adair Kennedy Field in the Mendenhall Valley. It was scheduled for Saturday, which is expected to be another wet day with snow possible in the morning.