Coast Guard Rear Adm. Matthew Bell, commander of District 17, will be the featured speaker at Monday’s Veterans Day ceremony at Centennial Hall.
A car wreck at the intersection near the Juneau Fred Meyer temporarily shut down a portion of Egan Drive on Wednesday evening.
In response to concerns about monitoring service Bark for Schools, the Juneau School District is providing options to families.
Applicants to a carbon offset program in Juneau hope to replace older home heating systems with an efficient, zero-emission system.
This year, Newtok is sending one-third of its residents across the Ninglick River to its replacement village, Mertarvik.
Esports is growing in many high schools across Alaska. The sport was sanctioned by the the Alaska School Activities Association in April, and more and more students are getting involved.
The Homer Tribune, one of the city’s two newspapers, delivered its final edition last week after more than two decades of printing.
Many Alaska Native gravesites in Juneau are overgrown and all but forgotten. Tlingit storyteller and cemetery caretaker Bob Sam hopes to change that.
The state funding ranged from 7% to 28% of public media stations’ budgets. But the loss could lead to some Alaska stations losing much more federal funding.
The school closed long ago. There is no city or tribal council. A proposed mine nearby could change all that. But what’s the risk?