Patricia Morgan is still haunted by the drowning death of a promising young athlete in Haines' icy waters - there was nothing that could be done to save him, but there is plenty that can be done to prevent more drowning deaths.
Living & GrowingBeYOUtiful
We all will be, are, or have been teenagers. A period of time in our lives identified with rebellion, exploration, and growth, and a time when we are inundated with social pressures from our peer group.
Okay, you got me: I'm in a bit of tax trouble.
Before the IRS initiates property seizure (and revokes my liquor license), it's not tax evasion I'm guilty of; it's tax avoision.
What? Avoision. That's totally a word.
Small home health agencies throughout the United States have been working tirelessly to stay afloat since the 1997 Balanced Budget Act. Hospice and Home Care of Juneau, Juneau's only home health agency, is no exception.
Down south, folks are dressing for spring; here we are still wrapped in layers of warm wool and fleece. For Moms, under these layers of fleece lies baby's perfect food.
Everyone knows that breast milk is healthiest for baby.
The Auke Bay Volunteer Fire Department was selected by Charmin to receive a year's supply worth of Charmin toilet paper as part of the "Charmin Relief Project." Only one firehouse per state was chosen to receive relief from Charmin.
Bartlett Regional Hospital Foundation has hired Maria Uchytil as its new Executive Director.
Uchytil brings with her nearly twenty years of experience providing business solutions to government agencies and private industry.
The Women's Auxiliary of the Salvation Army and the Juneau Rotary Club will host a Spring Strawberry Luncheon and Celebrity Thrift Store Fashion Show from 11:30 a.m.- 1 p.m., April 25 at The Salvation Army, located at 439 Willoughby Ave.
The Juneau Shambhala Center will host two classes in Contemplative Arts from April 18-20 at the Juneau Shambhala Center, located at 174 S. Franklin St. The classes being offered include Shambhala Art and Ikebana, Japanese flower arranging.
Under the direction of Floyd Dryden Middle School’s orchestra/choir teacher Missouri Smyth and chaperones Timos Giamakidis, Anne Marie Eldemar and Laura Mulgrew, the FDMS eighth grade orchestra recently returned from participating in...
SAGA's Eagle Valley Center would like to thank the Juneau Children Outdoors Community Coalition partners who helped organize and lead programs at the Spring Jamboree on Saturday March 29th. This year marked the sixth year of the Jamboree.
The Juneau-Douglas High School boys basketball team would like to thank all Fast Break Club members and banner and raffle sponsors: Al and Vada Aitken, Rod and Lisa Baker, Dave and Kristin Bartlett, Ryan and Rose Behbahani, Ken and...