This week is the 94th anniversary of the sinking of the Princess Sophia passenger ship in Lynn Canal, which claimed the lives of about 350 people.
A small park on Third and Seward streets has been dedicated as the Bishop Michael H. Kenny Memorial Peace Park.
Back in June, the group of 20-somethings from Juneau launched an epic kayak and bike trip from Alaska to Tierra del Fuego at the southern tip of South America. With the paddling portion over, the biking portion is set to begin.
Jeff Brown and Jerry Harmon are Grand Marshals of the 2013 July 4th parade.
Southeast Catholics and other friends of the late Bishop Michael Kenny will celebrate the 75th birthday this weekend.
The priest of a downtown Juneau congregation that lost its church to arson has transferred to another parish.
TV host and author Josh Shipp urged students from high schools in Juneau and Haines to take personal responsibility, look at every obstacle as an opportunity to get better at something, and be dedicated to success.
A major Southeast social-service agency has a new top official.
Jean Strafford will take over as executive director of Catholic Community Service on May 1st.
Holy Trinity Episcopal Church and McPhetres Hall publically celebrated the new facility last Sunday. Amanda Compton joined the approximately 150 to 200 community members who attended the event.
Dov Gartenberg will be the first year-around Jewish Rabbi in Juneau. He says Dov is pronounced like the bird or the past tense of dive – and he goes by either. “In Hebrew it’s pronounced Dov. If anyone reads the book of Exodus, it’s one of the main characters; but Dov means bear. In moving…