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‘Harry Potter’ illustrator teaches workshops in Juneau

‘Harry Potter’ illustrator teaches workshops in JuneauKazu Kibuishi, the notable illustrator of the re-released Harry Potter book covers, visited Juneau to offer advice for aspiring graphic artists.

Cuts to early education now could cost the state later

Cuts to early education now could cost the state later"It’s better from an economic perspective for the state to maintain funding as much as possible than to cut it at this point," says economic analyst Jim Calvin.

Juneau Assembly to solicit development for downtown parking lot, again

Juneau Assembly to solicit development for downtown parking lot, againThe city solicited proposals last spring and Juneau Legacy Properties was the only one that came in.

Second person wanted by JPD in connection to string of burglaries

Second person wanted by JPD in connection to string of burglariesInvestigators believe Charles Smith Carroll is an associate of Berton Tullis.

Good Hardware shutting its doors this month

Good Hardware shutting its doors this monthOwner Craig Good will become manager of the new hardware section at Foodland IGA.

Renovations at Foodland wrapping up this summer

Renovations at Foodland wrapping up this summerWork underway for expanded grocery and hardware sections, pharmacy, and liquor store at Foodland IGA.

Suspected Rayco gun thief arrested

Suspected Rayco gun thief arrestedMan took a .357 Ruger revolver from an unlocked case at Rayco Sales on Thursday evening.

With Medicaid language stripped from budget, path to expansion uncertain

With Medicaid language stripped from budget, path to expansion uncertainThe move is a setback for the Walker administration, which has made Medicaid expansion a top priority. But the fight may not be over yet.

Deeper Alaska ferry cuts planned by state House panel

Deeper Alaska ferry cuts planned by state House panelAlaska’s ferry system is facing even more service cuts. A House panel on Thursday yanked money from the marine highway budget that the governor had restored. And, it made additional cuts.

AWARE to expand Girls on the Run statewide

AWARE to expand Girls on the Run statewideThe state Council on Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault is helping to fund the expansion.