Clara Miller

Megan (left) and Aroon (right) Duncanson. Courtesy image.

Woman who grew up in the bush becomes renowned artist

Megan Duncanson is living the dream, or as she likes to call it, the MAD life. MAD Art Designs, short for Megan Aroon Duncanson, is… Continue reading

 

Juneau Parkinson’s patients use boxing to treat symptoms

JUNEAU — Twice a week, seven Juneau residents with Parkinson’s disease go through a transformation. “Once they go through this door, they are no longer… Continue reading

 

Sexual assault survivor finds freedom in art inspired from her diary

“I think it’s powerful and addresses something that isn’t often talked about in public,” Lauren Brooks, a former advocate for Aiding Women in Abuse and… Continue reading

 

Talking in code: How the Navajo tribes helped end WWII

Thirty-three Native American tribes had members who served as World War II code talkers, amounting between 400-500 men. But for decades, it was classified information… Continue reading

‘Wild, woolly, free, sneaky’ wonder pony turns 42

JUNEAU (AP) — On a recent sunny morning at Fairweather Equestrian Center, Sammy the Wonder Pony follows his owner, neurologist Dr. Susan Hunter-Joerns, right to… Continue reading

Juneau man grows extensive garden

JUNEAU, Alaska (AP) — At the top of an average, wooden fence on Glacierwood Court, the tips of raspberry bushes peek out, the prelude to… Continue reading