She advocated against racial discrimination and for integrating cultural studies in the schools.
Southeast Alaska lost two well-known and much-loved acoustic musicians during the past year.
Scientists and culture bearers from all along the Pacific Northwest are in Juneau this week.
Alaska Folk Festival guest artists The Tennessee Mafia Jug Band perform the song “Big Daddy” at Centennial Hall in Juneau on April 12, 2012.
The Coast Guard has called a community meeting tonight (Monday) in Kodiak to discuss last week’s double homicide at the base’s communications station. Law enforcement officials remain tight-lipped about the murders of 41-year-old James Hopkins and 51-year-old Richard Belisle, who were shot to death inside a building at the “ComSta” complex.
The city has hired Virginia-based consultants ICF International develop the plan, which officials hope will serve as a model for other rural Alaska communities facing issues with Internet access.
State flags will fly at half-staff Wednesday in honor of Rep. Carl Gatto of Palmer, who died today (Tuesday) at the age of 74.
Juneau teacher Brenda Edwards has been named principal of Gastineau Elementary School.
A Juneau Assembly member wants to set up a homeless shelter at the old CBJ shop under the Douglas Bridge.
Ruth Danner suggests the equipment facility become a temporary solution for a downtown problem that gets worse every summer.
Bonds for Auke Bay Elementary School renovation and new turf at Adair Kennedy Park will be sold in two installments over the next two years.