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When Gerry Carrillo Sr. was laid off from his state job in the 1980s, he wanted a job where there would always be demand. He chose to become a barber - "Hair always grows," he said, laughing. Now, two of his children have followed in his footsteps.
If Dick and Candy Behrends could choose their legacy, they'd want it to be that the world remember their son, McKinnon Behrends.
They've established multiple scholarships in his name.
I saw my first muskox at the University of Fairbanks farm a decade ago. A few descendants of Greenland animals, transplanted to Alaska 75 years ago, browsed grass on the other side of a fence.
Owls are fascinating creatures and I've long found them a special sort of bird. But not being a nocturnal animal myself (dare I say not a "night owl"?), I've never been involved in research on owls.
Juneau has been tasked with creating marijuana regulations for local consumption and sale, but it is at risk of violating federal law, the city's marijuana committee was told Thursday.
A Juneau jury will hear a civil case next month that was brought against the city of Hoonah by the widow of a slain Hoonah Police Department officer.
Stephen Gailliot and Emerald Hlavacek have been on the move for the past two years since they journeyed down from Haines to find a better life.
Saving $3.25 billion can be a bad thing. A few years ago, Dish Network - the satellite TV provider - bid $7.8 billion for the rights to bits of the wireless spectrum.
Somewhere, Mickey Mouse is laughing. His big old cartoon feet are propped up on Pluto's back and his squeaky voice is yelling to Minnie, "Let's see them get out of this one.
A world away from Alaska, music is being made that echoes inspiration absorbed here years ago.
Amy Lloyd has lived in Juneau for 14 years has spent her last 17 years and dedicated to teaching children.
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