Juneau Police, the state Department of Environmental Conservation, the District Attorney’s office and NANA are all investigating the incident.
With reading and writing close behind, Juneau’s school board approves spoken Lingít teaching standards
The school district has been working with community partners like Sealaska Heritage Institute, the Douglas Indian Association, and Goldbelt Heritage Foundation to foster the revitalization of Lingít language.
Officials certify Juneau election results just in time for school board meeting
Juneau Superior Court Judge Amy Mead swore in new members Will Muldoon and Amber Frommherz along with Elizabeth Siddon, who was re-elected to her second term and will continue to be the board president.
For the first time in decades, a write-in candidate in a local Juneau election appears to have won
Unofficial results show Juneau Board of Education candidate Will Muldoon with a lead of 1,173 votes over the next closest candidate, Ibn Bailey.
Unofficial results show write-in candidate Will Muldoon pulling ahead in Juneau school board race
Results from other races are unchanged, and official results will not be available until Oct. 19
Preliminary results are in for Juneau’s election
About 40% of Juneau’s ballots have been processed.
Governor’s veto could close Head Start classrooms in Southeast Alaska
Tlingit & Haida’s Head Start pre-K program serves 10 communities in Southeast Alaska. Without state funding, they may have to reduce staff, cut spots or close classrooms altogether.