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Report: 61% of Alaskans live in child care deserts
Local providers say the struggle is real
Smooth sailing for the 2022 season?
Cautious optimism reigns, but operators say it’s too early to tell.
To the rescue: Volunteers stand ready to help stranded marine animals
When animals need help, a network of dedicated volunteers are trained and ready to pitch in.
To the rescue: Marine animals get 2nd chance at SeaLife Center
Named Spaetzle, the seal pup benefited from an extensive rehabilitation that prepared him for life in the wild.
Local volunteers work to restore, preserve and share historic lighthouse
The structure is the oldest surviving octagonal frame original lighthouse in the state.
Poling place: Totem pole carved for Juneau’s centennial gets a new home
It’s safe from the elements and will be back on display soon
Teachers take a turn as students
Training class focuses on equity, restorative practices
Putting ‘Fourth’ effort: It was a busy holiday weekend for Juneau Raptor Center
It was a busy holiday weekend for Juneau Raptor Center
Alaska’s syphilis infection rate increases
State records 49% more cases in 2020
Help wanted: Alaskans to teach Alaska’s students
New consortium and marketing campaign aims to retain and recruit teachers
Baseball in the Land of the Midnight Sun
Alaska author shares untold story of frontier baseball in a new book
First-ever first Tlingit opera will premiere locally
It is a collaboration between Perseverance Theatre and the Sealaska Heritage Institute.
High tech temp check
Devices with camera, infrared scanner part of lawmakers’ routine
‘Devastating’ decision: Juneau reacts to Canada’s cruise ban
The announcement was made Thursday.
Renowned Northwest Coast artist named USA Fellow
United States Artists awards $50,000 to the Ketchikan-based artist.
Syphilis infections are surging in Alaska
A variety of forces are leading to the increased numbers.