Because the Mendenhall Glacier is melting, the magazine says there’s “less time to see one of the most breathtaking visions available.”
More than 50 youths took the ice with volunteer coaches and players last month at an event to teach them how to play hockey.
“We get influence from tropical systems frequently. The unique thing about this is we can see it on the map and that’s pretty unusual.”
There have been 10 confirmed cases of salmonella infection from Limited Edition brand pole cucumbers, the Alaska Department of Health and Social Services reported Friday.
Police have released video surveillance footage of someone smashing the window and burglarizing Thibodeau’s Home Liquor in downtown Juneau.
“I say bravo for the trapper. The state won’t do what’s right. He should do what’s right,” says Pete Buist, spokesman for the Alaska Trappers Association.
As part of her visit to Alaska, National Endowment for the Arts Chairman Jane Chu visited Juneau on Tuesday. In an interview on A Juneau Afternoon, she discussed what makes art worthwhile.
After a class action grievance, a regime change, a year of renovations and buying hundreds of $8,000 workstations, state employees are finally moving into their new offices in Douglas.
“It really helps to have good manners because we are waking people up. The interviewers ask folks very intrusive questions about their income levels, about their history, about demographic factors, health,” said Mariya Lovishchuk.
The new bicycle repair station in the flats neighborhood of downtown Juneau has a bike rack, a bike stand, a pump and an array of tools.