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City sets deadline for cleanup of Gastineau Apartments

City sets deadline for cleanup of Gastineau Apartments

The City and Borough of Juneau has given the owner of the Gastineau Apartments until May 1 to partially clean up the building.

Great Alaska Schools wants more of the state funding pie

Great Alaska Schools wants more of the state funding pie

The group Great Alaska Schools took to the steps of the Capitol on Friday to demand an increase in the state’s education funding formula.

The last run: Remembering Bob Janes & Ron Dippold

The last run: Remembering Bob Janes & Ron Dippold

On April 13, Eaglecrest Ski Patrol and other skiers will take a memorial run for longtime ski patrol members Bob Janes and Ron Dippold, who have died.

Pro-lifers oppose Planned Parenthood in Sitka’s middle school

Pro-lifers oppose Planned Parenthood in Sitka’s middle school

A pro-life group remains concerned over Planned Parenthood’s involvement in health instruction at Blatchley Middle School last fall, even though the curriculum is no longer being taught.

“Once Upon Alaska” combines artistry of photography and rhyme

“Once Upon Alaska” combines artistry of photography and rhyme

Longtime Alaska photographer Mark Kelley and writer Nick Jans have teamed up to create a children’s book.

Christy NaMee Eriksen braids words and music to effect change

Christy NaMee Eriksen braids words and music to effect change

Eriksen is throwing a release party tonight for her new album, which will include live music and performance.

Juneau Police treating crash fatality a homicide

Juneau police say they are treating a fatal car crash as a homicide investigation.

Weigh in on Juneau’s economic future tonight

Weigh in on Juneau’s economic future tonight

The town hall meeting is part of an economic development plan, for which the Juneau Assembly allocated $100,000.

Sitka shops for teachers at Seattle fair

Sitka shops for teachers at Seattle fair

Representatives from 17 Alaska school districts headed to Seattle this past weekend to recruit new teachers.

Feds Ask King Cove to Weigh In on Road Alternatives

Feds Ask King Cove to Weigh In on Road Alternatives

Interior Secretary Sally Jewell has asked officials from King Cove for an alternative to the road.