Two graduates of the Hecla’s “Pathway to Mining Careers” program entered the work-force this summer at Greens Creek Mine.
At 23, Madi Nolan Grimes is clinical director at the Juneau Family Health and Birth Center. She’s been practicing midwifery since she was 19.
Juneau’s Dov Gartenberg ran a year-long online course called “Engaging Judaism” that ended in September. He has another one planned for 2015.
Alaska Electric Light and Power’s parent company has announced $100,000 in donations to six Juneau organizations.
If you want to find a rare book or unusual map in Juneau, there’s only one place to go–Dee Longenbaugh’s shop.
The Juneau-based video collective is once again raising money for its satirical news series.
Gov. Bill Walker, Lt. Gov. Byron Mallott and their families greeted Juneau residents at the Governor’s Mansion Tuesday for the annual holiday open house.
The U.S. Forest Service is proposing a new fee for some trails near the Mendenhall Glacier.
The rally, similar to protests held around the country, attracted about 40 people in the capital city.
Mary Anne Wick crafts jewelry from porcupine quills. She had one of 155 booths at last weekend’s Public Market, which drew artists and vendors from all over Alaska.