Building will fill vacant lot and be devoted to the research and study of the Tlingit, Haida, and Tsimshian cultures
Forty-one peace officers have already died in the line of duty in the United States, including two in Alaska.
Peace officers across the country celebrated … more
Alaska Territorial Guard members never received formal discharge papers from the United States government, including some well-known Alaskans.
Hundreds of Juneau residents flocked to the downtown waterfront Saturday to celebrate two major components of Southeast Alaska’s economy – the Alaska Marine Highway … more
Josh Sundquist was the second speaker of three for the 2013 Pillars of America series.
At 20-something, Josh Sundquist has already written a memoir. … more
When Jim King was appointed to the City and Borough of Juneau’s first Parks and Recreation Advisory Committee in 1968, the Capital City didn’t even have a Parks and Rec department.
As Argentine Cardinal Jorge Mario Bergoglio was elected yesterday, Alaska’s bishops were in Juneau for the annual meeting of the Alaska Conference of Catholic Bishops.
About 200 people attended the dedication of a warming shelter at Juneau's Twin Lakes on Saturday. The 14 x 24 foot cabin was built to honor John Caouette, a Juneau resident who passed away in 2010.
A proposed monument in Juneau to Japanese Americans interned during World War II got a big boost last weekend.
About a hundred people gathered on the steps of Juneau’s Sealaska Plaza Friday evening for one of several candlelight vigils held around the state for 13-year-old Kake homicide victim Mackenzie Howard.