Indigenous performers from across Alaska, the U.S. and the world will play over the course of three days.
It all begins Oct. 6 and continues throughout Filipino American History Month.
Immigrants from the Philippines, Mexico, Canada, Chile and the Netherlands took the oath of allegiance in front of their families and friends at a naturalization ceremony at the Robert Boochever U.S. Courthouse.
A damaged fiber-optic cable in the Lower 48 appears to be affecting customers statewide on Friday.
As Juneau residents displaced by this weekend’s flooding figure out what’s next, some are being reunited with personal belongings they likely believed lost forever.
Mercer’s time in charge saw the department through shifts in technology and in the national and local conversation around policing, as well as a global pandemic.
This year’s pool of candidates is far more crowded than last year’s, when five incumbents were the only candidates running and automatically won reelection.
Billed as the only Indigenous music festival in the country, it brings performers from Alaska and around the world to the newly renovated Centennial Hall the third week of September.
Prospective candidates for Juneau’s four open Assembly seats and two open school board seats have until 4:30 p.m. on Monday, July 24 to file.
Both GCI landline and AT&T cell customers have complained of interrupted or spotty service — and it’s not clear what’s causing the problems.