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Icebreaker Healy wraps up summer research

Icebreaker Healy wraps up summer researchScientists and crew make advances in Arctic research.

A recap of Monday’s marijuana legalization hearing

A recap of Monday’s marijuana legalization hearingLt. Gov. Mead Treadwell held a public hearing Monday in the Capitol on the marijuana legalization initiative.

The Canvas’s Tiles and Fire event brings in 135 participants

The Canvas’s Tiles and Fire event brings in 135 participantsThe Canvas is decorating its building downtown with a new community art mural made of handmade clay tiles.

Southeast cross-country teams race in Petersburg

Southeast cross-country teams race in PetersburgCross-country runners from 15 Southeast Alaska high schools competed in Petersburg over the weekend.

The Tongass tightrope: Balancing diverse interests by committee

The Tongass tightrope: Balancing diverse interests by committeeTongass Advisory Committee member Eric Nichols says it's a huge challenge to come up with policies for a viable timber industry without old growth.

Fish and Game gives trollers more time to fish

Fish and Game gives trollers more time to fishThe Southeast Alaska summer troll fishery is being extended by 10 days, but many fishermen won't take advantage

Juneau marks 13th anniversary of 9/11

Juneau marks 13th anniversary of 9/11About 100 Juneau residents gathered at the 9/11 monument at Rotary Park to mark the anniversary of the terrorist attacks

Driver admits to charge stemming from single vehicle crash

Driver admits to charge stemming from single vehicle crashSilver Maake to be sentenced Nov. 12 for injuring his cousin who was a passenger in the high speed crash.

Juneau remains part of ‘battle for Seattle’ between Delta & Alaska

Juneau remains part of ‘battle for Seattle’ between Delta & AlaskaWho’s winning? The traveler is.

School district receives praise & criticism for how it handled hazing

School district receives praise & criticism for how it handled hazing"I think the first step that you’ve taken is really a great one, to say this isn’t acceptable. That’s the message," said Education Commissioner Mike Hanley.