Across Alaska, Friday was the last day in a four-week period where student attendance translates into school funding.
The Juneau-Douglas Crimson Bears should be considered proud runners-up for Alaska’s medium-schools football championship.
Juneau’s Toni Mallott is the AFN Citizen of the Year. Mallott was selected for the award because of her work in education as a public school elementary teacher and her work with students who speak English as a second language. She taught for more than 30 years in Anchorage, Juneau and Yakutat. Mallott received the…
Historian reflects on impact of Princess Sophia sinking near Juneau, greatest maritime tragedy in Alaska waters
Alaska has 140,000 uninsured residents – more than 5,000 are in Juneau – and Bourland’s main job right now is reaching out to those people.
Since 2010, poets have been taking the stage at open mics and poetry slams hosted by the Woosh Kinaadeiyi arts non-profit organization.
Early this week, more than a 150 sixth grade students from Floyd Dryden Middle School ventured into the woods on Montana Creek road to test their outdoor skills.
Juneau’s processed poop is going to start piling up come Jan. 1, unless a new disposal arrangement comes together soon.
According to Bartlett, Egbert has over 23 years experience in medical facilities with 15 years as a hospital CEO.
Northrim BanCorp is purchasing Alaska Pacific Bank, with the Southeast-based bank becoming a Northrim subsidiary.