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School Board to decide if Montessori Borealis should be its own school

School Board to decide if Montessori Borealis should be its own schoolThe Montessori Borealis community wants their program, with teachers like Cory Crossett, to be becomes its own expanded Montessori school.

Traffic now crossing Brotherhood Bridge replacement

Traffic now crossing Brotherhood Bridge replacementHalf of new four-lane crossing of Mendenhall River is completed.

City manager talks reorganization, capital projects, tax exemptions

City manager talks reorganization, capital projects, tax exemptionsKTOO's Casey Kelly interviews Juneau City Manager Kim Kiefer.

Meet Juneau’s map and book antiquarian

Meet Juneau’s map and book antiquarianIf you want to find a rare book or unusual map in Juneau, there’s only one place to go--Dee Longenbaugh’s shop.

Sitka AmeriCorps takes over SAGA volunteers

Sitka AmeriCorps takes over SAGA volunteers"These kiddos are going to get to finish and complete their term of service and feel valued," says Sitka AmeriCorps Coordinator Faith Lee.

City to merge departments, shuffle jobs to save money

City to merge departments, shuffle jobs to save moneyCity and Borough of Juneau officials say the move will eliminate two full-time positions and save about $275,000 a year.

Worl skates into the Burke Museum

Worl skates into the Burke MuseumThe Burke Museum of Natural History and Culture in Seattle recently opened an exhibit called “Here and Now: Native Artists Inspired.”

Sealaska lands bill passes Congress

Sealaska lands bill passes CongressA bill transferring 70,000 acres of the Tongass National Forest to Sealaska has passed Congress.

Will there be a second season of Alaska Robotics News?

Will there be a second season of Alaska Robotics News?The Juneau-based video collective is once again raising money for its satirical news series.

SAGA to cease AmeriCorps program, hopes another org will save it

SAGA to cease AmeriCorps program, hopes another org will save itNineteen AmeriCorps volunteers throughout the state were told their positions, including stipends and benefits, could end on Monday.