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Capitol flag presented to Munoz

Capitol flag presented to MunozThe flag that flew above Alaska’s state capitol at the funeral of former lawmaker Elton Engstrom Jr. was presented Wednesday to his daughter, Juneau Rep. Cathy Munoz.

Walter Soboleff: “He fed the spirit of people from many walks of life”

Walter Soboleff:  “He fed the spirit of people from many walks of life”The House State Affairs Committee heard heartfelt testimony Thursday on legislation to establish Walter Soboleff Day in Alaska.

Services honor Brandon Mahle, popular Juneau youth sports coach

Mahle was just 31 years old when he passed away unexpectedly on January 30th. He had a wife and two young daughters.

Haven House may be prohibited from opening

CBJ officials determine that halfway houses are not allowed on Malissa Drive

New transitional housing will provide safe, stable environment for former inmates

New transitional housing will provide safe, stable environment for former inmatesHaven House, now raising money for furnishings, will be home to nine residents when it opens in mid-March

It’s a boy! Juneau’s first baby of 2014 born Thursday

It’s a boy! Juneau’s first baby of 2014 born ThursdayJeshua Raymond Moreno was delivered by C-section at Bartlett Regional Hospital. He’s the third child of Elizabeth and John Moreno.

A mass reading of ‘Twas the Night Before Christmas from APRN

A mass reading of ‘Twas the Night Before Christmas from APRNThe holiday classic is performed by reporters from throughout the Alaska Public Radio Network.

Tlingit clan leader: Everything has a spirit

Tlingit clan leader: Everything has a spiritDavid Katzeek spoke Tuesday in the final installment of Sealaska Heritage Institute’s Native American History Month Lecture Series.

Pope Slams ‘Disposable’ Culture That Marginalizes Many

Pope Slams ‘Disposable’ Culture That Marginalizes ManyAround the world today, the powerful "feed upon the powerless" and too many people are treated as "consumer goods to be used and then discarded," Pope Francis writes in his first major paper since becoming leader of the Roman Catholic church last May.

Juneau panel aims to deconstruct racism in Alaska and beyond

Juneau panel aims to deconstruct racism in Alaska and beyondA group of Juneau residents tackle the issue of racism through conversation and dialog.