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Education liberates former Lemon Creek inmates

Education liberates former Lemon Creek inmates UAS Professor Sol Neely is using Shakespeare and Dostoyevsky to put Lemon Creek inmates on the road to academia.

District’s budget proposes maintaining class sizes, cuts to activities

District’s budget proposes maintaining class sizes, cuts to activitiesOf the $2 million worth of budget cuts, the largest is almost $700,000 for high school activities.

Re-entry program gives inmates hope to succeed inside and out

Re-entry program gives inmates hope to succeed inside and outThe Success Inside and Out event offers soon-to-be-released inmates resources for when they’re released.

Sealaska, BLM celebrate land transfer

Sealaska, BLM celebrate land transferSealaska has taken possession of 70,000 acres that used to be part of the Tongass National Forest.

Slideshow: Early learning supporters march on Capitol

Slideshow: Early learning supporters march on CapitolThe rally had a Dr. Seuss theme for "Horton Hears a Who" -- they want lawmakers to hear their support for early education.

Juneau musher remembers racing in Iditarod

Juneau musher remembers racing in IditarodBruce Denton of Juneau came in 10th place in 1982.

Why time zones are a sore subject for Juneau

Why time zones are a sore subject for JuneauJuneau's history of time zones is quite complicated. New legislation could heal an old "war wound" for when the capital city moved off Pacific Time in 1983.

Transgender support group starts in Juneau

Transgender support group starts in Juneau"I want to reach people who feel alone in their differentness," says one of the groups organizers Zeif Parish.

“One Hot Mess” gets national attention

“One Hot Mess” gets national attentionJuneau writer Libby Bakalar’s blog "One Hot Mess” is getting national attention from the Women in Comedy Festival.

Medicaid expansion event brings out lawmakers, Davidson

Medicaid expansion event brings out lawmakers, DavidsonLegislators, aides and others heard an alternate viewpoint on Medicaid expansion from a senior fellow with an organization that has referred to the “dangers” expansion poses in states that opt for it.