The better the turnout in Tuesday’s municipal elections, the cheaper the coffee on Wednesday.
The new Mendenhall Valley Library held a soft opening Monday, Oct. 5.
The pieces are from 52 tribes, including Tlingit and Haida items that might be sacred. The country’s oldest theology school could get dinged with penalties as feds investigate.
There are moments when James Knudson forgets his younger brother, John Knudson, is dead.
The business’s window was broken and items taken the night of Sept. 28 in the 2200 block of Jordan Avenue.
State budget pessimists warn that fewer barrels and a growing budget deficit could turn the state into an economic wasteland. But as some Juneau residents learned Wednesday, things could still turn around.
About 40 people attended a debate between the candidates for Juneau Assembly on Tuesday. Watch the debate here.
For David Russell-Jensen, a cosponsor of the student government resolution, Christopher Columbus represents the beginning of colonization and the genocide of indigenous people, not the discovery of America.
A crowd gathered on the capitol steps Tuesday to show their support for Planned Parenthood. In recent weeks, Republican lawmakers in Congress have tried to strip the organization of its federal funding.
“We put in a lot of time, effort, money, blood, sweat, tears into this project and it’s very disappointing, very disappointing,” said St. Vincent de Paul’s Dan Austin.