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Warm weather prompts weekday closure of Eaglecrest Ski Area

Warm weather prompts weekday closure of Eaglecrest Ski AreaEaglecrest Ski Area is closed today and tomorrow due to warm weather and rain.

Advisory committee lays groundwork for revisiting middle school travel policy

Advisory committee lays groundwork for revisiting middle school travel policyA public meeting rekindled sore feelings about the Juneau School District’s travel ban on middle school athletics.

Black Bear Chair to run on Thursday

Black Bear Chair to run on Thursday "We didn’t want to send people up there for an experience that was simply not enjoyable," says General Manager Matt Lillard.

Waiting for snow, and helping Mother Nature

Waiting for snow, and helping Mother NatureEaglecrest Ski Area managers turn on the snow-making guns to make a base.

Slideshow: Juneau girls take to the ice for hockey clinic

Slideshow: Juneau girls take to the ice for hockey clinicJuneau Douglas Ice Association Coach Mark Kaelke conducted an all-girls clinic for JDIA players Tuesday at Treadwell Ice Arena.

Juneau Skating Club holds annual holiday recital

Juneau Skating Club holds annual holiday recitalThe Juneau Skating Club held it’s annual holiday recital at Treadwell Ice Arena over the weekend.

Treadwell Arena may get help from advisory board

Treadwell Arena may get help from advisory boardAssemblyman Loren Jones says an advisory board will bring focused attention to the rink’s management that the facility hasn’t gotten before.

Southeast championships feature Alaska’s first girls wrestling meet

Southeast championships feature Alaska’s first girls wrestling meetAlaska is now one of a several states with a championship meet for girl wrestlers.

Eaglecrest Ski Area opens this weekend

Eaglecrest Ski Area opens this weekendUntil more snow falls on the mountain, only the Porcupine lift will be running.

Iditarod boosts payout to $70k for 2015 winner

Iditarod boosts payout to $70k for 2015 winnerThe 2015 Iditarod winner will take home the race’s biggest payday ever — $70,000.