TV host and author Josh Shipp urged students from high schools in Juneau and Haines to take personal responsibility, look at every obstacle as an opportunity to get better at something, and be dedicated to success.
Juneau’s School Board has restored some jobs and programs slated for cuts. But other positions on the chopping block will still be eliminated.
A major Southeast social-service agency has a new top official.
Jean Strafford will take over as executive director of Catholic Community Service on May 1st.
An audio slideshow of the Alaska Folk Festival, 2012.
KTOO, the Juneau Empire and Capital City Weekly each took home several awards at the annual Alaska Press Club conference held this weekend in Anchorage.
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.