The Juneau School District is now advertising the school board vacancy left by the resignation of Kim Poole.
What’s it look like inside an octopus? You probably don’t want to know, at least first-hand. That’s unless you’re a student dissecting one during this month’s Sitka WhaleFest
Four months after an accident on Auke Lake took the life of a Juneau teenager, lake management is being reviewed – starting with public meetings.
Fire Marshal Dan Jager said he can’t pin down the exact cause, but after eliminating all other possible sources, an unattended candle likely caused the November 5th fire in downtown Juneau.
Commemorates the 687 sailors who lost their lives following the naval battle of Guadalcanal during WWII.
Election officials say Haines Republican Rep. Bill Thomas now holds a two-vote lead over Sitka Democrat Jonathan Kreiss-Tomkins.
Tuesday marks the seventieth anniversary of the sinking of the U.S.S. Juneau, a light cruiser that participated in the naval battle of Guadalcanal during World War II. Six-hundred and 87 sailors perished during the sinking on Nov. 13, 1942. Included in the slideshow below are pictures from Saturday’s event at the Juneau-Douglas City Museum that included…
Wild Pacific Northwest salmon face a bleak future, boasting but a tiny fraction of their historical population size, according to collaboration between salmon biologists and conservation advocates.
Longtime JCVB director Lorene Palmer will become the new director of the Alaska Division of Economic Development later this month.
Coast Guard Commander Bill Dwyer was the featured speaker during Sunday’s Veterans Day observance at Centennial Hall.
History came alive on Saturday when Juneau residents heard the words of a sailor who eventually perished when his vessel, the U.S.S. Juneau, was sunk during World War II. Seaman William George Meeker, a sailor aboard the light cruiser that sank following the naval battle of Guadalcanal, sent seventeen letters to Winifred Blohm, his next…
Sealaska shareholders will soon get their largest end-of-year dividend in three years. But it’s mostly due to the success of another regional Native corporation.
It was no surprise that Alaska went heavily for the Republican presidential ticket on Election Day. And as usual, the Capital City broke with the statewide trend.
Officials with Sealaska Heritage Institute and the City and Borough of Juneau are working on a deal to let SHI out of the city’s historic district standards for the proposed Walter Soboleff Center.
The Juneau Chapter of the American Red Cross and the Salvation Army are no longer taking clothing and household items for victims of the Gastineau Apartments fire.