Alaska abuse shelters throughout the state took in more victims last year, according to the Council on Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault.
“Stand Down” events are designed to provide services to veterans, especially homeless vets and vets in need. The Juneau event will feature information about VA services, as well as thirteen local nonprofits and Native groups.
More than 3,100 students are enrolled at three University of Alaska Southeast campuses for the fall semester.
A group of Juneau residents continue to explore the possibility of starting a cooperative grocery store, despite last week’s announcement that Myers Group IGA will soon be anchor tenant in the Foodland Shopping Center.
Labor was celebrated in Juneau on Monday at the annual Central Labor Council picnic at Sandy Beach.
The Thunder Mountain Falcons football team has raised about $3,500 dollars for a former Juneau resident severely wounded in Afghanistan.
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A lease has been signed with the Myers Group to open Foodland IGA on Sept. 9, the day after Alaskan and Proud closes its doors.
This weekend’s high school football game between the Thunder Mountain Falcons and Kodiak Bears will benefit a former Juneau resident seriously hurt by insurgents in Afghanistan.
The memorial gift from the Emma G. Widmark Estate was given in the name of her father, Dr. Alfred E. Widmark. It will be used to permanently endow the University of Alaska Southeast Alaska Native and Rural Student Center support fund.
The Juneau School District is holding its annual School Summit Thursday evening. Billed as a report card to the public, school administrators will explain the school district vision, the strategic plan, academic progress as well as indicators of success.