When first asked to explain the orders, Ibn Bailey described them as a direct result of his attempts to talk to school staff about his nephews. But it turns out that his description of how he landed in court for stalking is not accurate. Or, at least, it wasn’t the whole story.
Although it will be an uphill battle to get the word out before the Oct. 5 election, write-in candidate Will Muldoon said he wouldn’t run if he didn’t think he still had a chance.
As of Monday afternoon, the facility was housing 41 COVID positive inmates. It’s not clear how many staff members have tested positive.
Alaska Probiotics will host a fundraiser on Saturday, Sept. 18 at its storefront on Franklin Street.
Catholic Social Services CEO Lisa Aquino says the refugee program’s staff and volunteers will help with things like finding housing and employment, as well as learning English.
Team Rubicon is mostly veterans and first responders volunteering to do disaster recovery missions around the world.
Catholic Social Services of Alaska said its refugee resettlement division is preparing to welcome 50 to 100 Afghans, beginning this month.
Much like mitigation measures in the outside world, strategies for preventing the spread of COVID-19 in schools are ever-changing. Juneau School District Superintendent Bridget Weiss gives an update on what the district is doing to keep its students and staff healthy.
September is also Suicide Prevention Awareness Month and one Juneau nonprofit wants people to know they’re not alone.
The festival will include a cultural summit, an Indigenous peoples’ forum, traditional sports competitions and a 43-mile boat crossing of the Bering Strait.