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Southeast fishing lodge employees accused of threatening guests with gun

Two employees at a fishing lodge in southeast Alaska are facing criminal charges for allegedly brandishing a firearm at two of the lodge's guests and threatening to kill them. A Juneau grand jury indicted Michael G. York, 26, and Devon G.

by EMILY RUSSO MILLER

Parnells to host annual Juneau picnic

Gov. Sean Parnell and his wife, Sandy, will host the sixth annual Governor's Family Picnic Wednesday in Juneau.

Photo: Summer's still here

Maya Parish takes advantage of Monday’s sunny weather to walk the Airport Dike Trail.

Eaglecrest board gives ice rink cold shoulder

City Hall's Assembly Chamber was packed Monday evening with users of the Treadwell Ice Arena and the city's two pools, some speaking for and others against putting the facilities under the direction of empowered boards.
KATIE MORITZ

Statter Harbor work to begin this fall

The update of Auke Bay's Statter Harbor, which will add a sea walk, picnic pavilion and parking to the area, is expected to give the area more of a park feel once construction is complete.
KATIE MORITZ

Two indictments issued

A Juneau grand jury indicted two people on Friday. Brooke M. Delgado, 24, was charged with two counts of "fraudulent use of an access device" for using a credit card that belonged to someone else, knowing it was stolen.
EMILY RUSSO MILLER

Correction

A July 20 My Turn, "Child care shortage an economic development barrier," reported nearly 400 children in Juneau are on the wait list for child care, citing a report by the Alaska Child Care Market Price Survey Report.

Around Town for Tuesday, July 22

Valley Toastmasters meeting, 6:15 a.m. every Tuesday, St. Paul's Catholic Church, Parish Hall. Public invited. Details: Jim, 789-3074. The Blue Bear, 11 a.m.- 12:30 p.m., JAHC. History Story Time at the City Museum, 11 a.m.- noon.

Police & Fire for Tuesday, July 22, 2014

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