Money from the sale goes to services that the Central Council provides for tribal citizens throughout the year.
The new group plans to continue holding these types of rallies — a few of them have also stood along roadsides in town with signs supporting the police in recent weeks.
State health officials identified 55 new cases of the virus by the end of the day on Friday
The Anchorage Department of Health has announced 19 locations in the municipality, Palmer and Seward where individuals infected with COVID-19 were confirmed to have “spent extended time” prior to testing positive.
State health officials reported 60 new COVID-19 infections by Thursday
The fine comes as the state’s broad powers over shareholder speech is under review by the Alaska Supreme Court.
Over the course of five years leading the campus, Rick Caulfield dealt with declining enrollment and repeated state budget cuts that left the entire university system struggling. His departure comes at a time when the campus is facing more uncertainty than ever.
In this newscast: The Central Council of Tlingit and Haida fireworks sale was a big hit from day one; Homeless service providers say there hasn’t been a drop in demand for services from people experiencing homelessness this year; As national dialogues on race continue to evolve, the Juneau school district is grappling with how to best address race and equity in the classroom; Alaska recorded fifty new coronavirus cases from Wednesday, but no new deaths or hospitalizations; Anchorage officials and trade groups have released new suggested guidelines they hope bars and restaurants will adopt to spread the slow of the virus.
Juneau Afternoon will be on its summer schedule of Wednesdays, Thursdays and Fridays this week. In its place on Mondays, please enjoy It’s Been A Minute, and on Tuesdays, Splendid Table on KTOO 104.3 FM. Folk Alley airs on KRNN 102.7 at 4:00 p.m. Tune in Monday evening at 7:00 p.m. on KTOO for Reviving…
Friday, July 3, 2020 Juneau Afternoon will be taking the day off to observe the Fourth of July holiday. In its place, please enjoy back-to-back episodes of The Write Question from Montana Public Radio, featuring interviews with Alaskan writers Kristin Knight Pace and Jeremy Pataky. Tune in at 3:00 p.m. on KTOO Juneau 104.3, online…