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Tlingit Raven stories get due attention at UAS symposium

Tlingit Raven stories get due attention at UAS symposium"Some of our people got scared of the daylight, ran into the forest. Some of our people hid behind the trees."

Potter to lead Glacier Valley Elementary permanently

Potter to lead Glacier Valley Elementary permanentlyLucy Potter has been the interim principal since the start of the school year.

Iditarod mushers consider all their options as they head up the coast

Iditarod mushers consider all their options as they head up the coastEverything from the condition of the dogs, to the weather can change dramatically and quickly on the sea ice, and that has mushers scrutinizing their own decisions and those made by their fellow competitors.

Gold Medal Basketball Tournament tips off Sunday

Gold Medal Basketball Tournament tips off SundayThe tournament brings people from communities all over Southeast to the capital city.

Juneau Library to launch Alaska Native stories project

Juneau Library to launch Alaska Native stories projectThe library's StoryCorps project will focus on Alaska Native educational experiences.

Burmeister has lead in Iditarod, first to leave Galena

There hasn't been much movement on the leaderboard for the Iditarod Trail Sled Dog Race on Thursday.

Iditarod trail softens up and slows down

Iditarod trail softens up and slows downMushers have been traveling this year’s Iditarod trail from Fairbanks with few complains, but after they left Tanana Wednesday, they found a slow, soft trail.

Juneau schools, CBJ implement new safety practices for active threats

Juneau schools, CBJ implement new safety practices for active threatsThe new city and Juneau School District strategy for dealing with active threats is known as ALICE—Alert, Lockdown, Inform, Counter and Evacuate.

Food bank needs more space to meet higher demand

Food bank needs more space to meet higher demandThe Southeast Alaska Food Bank has doubled its inventory in recent years and is lacking the freezer space to preserve it all. The nonprofit hopes to expand its facilities on city-owned land to build additional storage.