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School district receives praise & criticism for how it handled hazing

School district receives praise & criticism for how it handled hazing"I think the first step that you’ve taken is really a great one, to say this isn’t acceptable. That’s the message," said Education Commissioner Mike Hanley.

Living history group brings back Middle Ages

Living history group brings back Middle AgesKetchikan is home to a new group. It’s called the Shire or Canton of Erleninsel, and it’s the local chapter of the international Society of Creative Anachronism.

Milliron declares write-in candidacy, creating three-way contest for school board

Milliron declares write-in candidacy, creating three-way contest for school boardFormer Floyd Dryden Middle School Principal Tom Milliron has thrown his name in the hat as a write-in candidate for Juneau School Board.

Juneau runners complete Klondike Road Relay solo

Juneau runners complete Klondike Road Relay soloHouston Laws and Klas Stolpe successfully completed the entire 109-mile course from Skagway to Whitehorse.

Children’s choir from Uganda sings in Juneau

Children’s choir from Uganda sings in JuneauThe choir sings songs in multiple languages, including two Ugandan ones.

Ernest Leffingwell, scientist with a fan club

Ernest Leffingwell, scientist with a fan clubErnest Leffingwell lived for nine summers and six winters in a cabin made from the ship that brought him to Flaxman Island in 1906.

Juneau ultrarunners attempt first solo Klondike race

Juneau ultrarunners attempt first solo Klondike raceKlas Stolpe and Houston Laws are attempting the 109-mile race solo.

Slideshow: Learn to Play introduces a new generation to hockey

Slideshow: Learn to Play introduces a new generation to hockeyJDIA coaches and advanced players showed newcomers how much fun hockey could be.

Writers’ Showcase: a call for submissions

Writers’ Showcase: a call for submissionsAfter a successful pilot season of Writers’ Showcase, 360 North statewide public television and KTOO News would like to invite Alaska writers to participate in this next season.

Bethel residents react to Alaska voting rights ruling

Bethel residents react to Alaska voting rights rulingA judge ruled that the State of Alaska violated the Voting Rights Act by failing to provide translations into Native languages.