Photo: Never too young for gold fever

Jerry Harmon watches Iosefa Allen, 6, and his sister, Kiana, 7, as they learn to pan for gold during the Governors Family Picnic at Sandy Beach on Friday.

Jerry Harmon watches Iosefa Allen, 6, and his sister, Kiana, 7, as they learn to pan for gold during the Governors Family Picnic at Sandy Beach on Friday. The gold panning booth was sponsored by the Coeur Kensington Gold Mine and the AJ Mine Gastineau Mill & Tours, in partnership with the Alaska Department of Commerce, Community, and Economic Development.

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Wed, 03/29/2017 - 09:08

Saturday workshop aims to help Juneau voices be heard

Members of the League of Women Voters are holding a workshop Saturday to help citizens have their voices be heard at a local and state... Read more

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Engineer to talk construction projects at Chamber lunch

This week’s Juneau Chamber of Commerce luncheon will focus on construction projects in Juneau.

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Speaker of House to talk budget crisis at Native Issues Forum

Alaska’s Speaker of the House Bryce Edgmon will be speaking to the Alaska Native community Thursday about the state’s budget situation.... Read more

No one injured in Smith Hall apartment fire

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