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(From left) Judson Rusk, Calvin Drank and Seaton Bryan play Nyctophobia, a board game where players are unable to see the board. The three traveled to SHUX earlier this fall to try new board games and meet the creators of some of their favorites.

Canadian board game convention lures Southeast Alaska’s tabletop gaming enthusiasts

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The tourism season has come to a close, and that means that things in Southeast Alaska are slowing down for the winter. For some, that also means we're entering peak board game season.

Alaska Native summit to bring fluent speakers together

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Nearly 70 speakers of Tlingit, Haida and Tsimshian are expected to attend the three-day event in Juneau that begins Nov. 13, according to Sealaska Heritage Institute officials.
Candidates for Alaska Lt. Governor: Republican Kevin Meyer (left) and Democrat Debra Call.

Meyer, Call bring different backgrounds as lieutenant governor candidates

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Republican candidate Kevin Meyer received some criticism over the weekend for saying in June that all students should know English before they attend school.
J. Allan MacKinnon snapped this photo in the 1960s of an unidentified man who played the Schulmerich Americana carillon at the National Bank of Alaska in downtown Juneau, which later became a Wells Fargo. MacKinnon remembers the bank installing the carillon system in 1962, though the carillon company has records of a sale to the Juneau bank branch in 1967.

What happened to the downtown bells?

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They've been gone for about four years. The system was originally installed by a private downtown bank in the 1960s.

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Tune in to Tracy on Women’s Prerogative on the first Thursday of every month from 7-9 pm and rock and roll that can’t be beat on the first Saturday month from 10-Noon!

Rob Weber hosts two eclectic hours of music During Saturday Sunrise from 8-10 am