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Juneau takes part in One Billion Rising

Juneau takes part in One Billion RisingThe event is a global movement to end violence against women and girls.

Wearable Art artist Bobbi McCutcheon

Wearable Art artist Bobbi McCutcheonThis will be artist Bobbi McCutcheon’s fourth year--her pieces can take up to a year to create and are made by hand, one bead at a time.

Layovers vital to Yukon Quest mushers, dogs

Layovers vital to Yukon Quest mushers, dogsAfter Yukon Quest mushers arrive in Dawson City, they drive their teams head across the Yukon River to a public campground, where handlers build elaborate camps for the dogs.

Ketchikan opposes state’s motion for a stay

Ketchikan opposes state’s motion for a stayThe state has filed for a stay with the Alaska Supreme Court pending the state’s appeal of a lower court ruling in the borough’s lawsuit challenging the required local contribution for public education.

No longer in crisis, Sitka Community Hospital status still ‘urgent’

No longer in crisis, Sitka Community Hospital status still ‘urgent’Sitka Community Hospital has a new CEO, a new CFO; about a million dollars on hand; and no plans to ask for more money from the city.

Wearable Art artist Michelle Morris

Wearable Art artist Michelle MorrisThis will be artist Michelle Morris's third year and her piece is called "Southeast Struggle."

Child sex abuse survivor wants to shatter the silence with Erin’s Law

Child sex abuse survivor wants to shatter the silence with Erin’s Law"I’m not just speaking on my own behalf. I’m speaking for tens of thousands of Alaska children. And what I’m saying is, ‘Help us,'" said David Holthouse.

Three weeks, no flights: Diomede residents stranded without mail, food deliveries

Three weeks, no flights: Diomede residents stranded without mail, food deliveriesThe only aircraft flying to one of Alaska’s most remote communities has been down for maintenance for nearly three weeks.

Lack of snow pushes Iditarod restart to Fairbanks

The lack of snow in the Alaska Range has persuaded the Iditarod Trail Committee to move the race start to Fairbanks.

Bill would boost Native-language immersion schools

Bill would boost Native-language immersion schoolsNew legislation will propose a system of encouraging and supporting Native language charter schools in Alaska.