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Michael Ibias, 12, left, watches Nick Daniels, 8, as he practices a jump at the Pipeline skate park on Thursday. The pair has spent 6 hours a day at the park this summer, and when school begins, they say they will make time to skate.

Photos: Spare time skate time

Michael Ibias, 12, left, watches Nick Daniels, 8, as he practices a jump at the Pipeline skate park on Thursday. The pair has spent 6 hours a day at the park this summer, and when school...

Living and Growing

"If (one) part suffers, all the parts suffer with it; if one part is honored, all the parts share its joy. Now you are Christ's body and individually parts of it" (1 Corinthians 12:26-27).
DEACON CHARLES ROHRBACHER

UAS recognizes faculty excellence

It is with great pride that the University of Alaska Southeast announces the recent promotion and/or tenure of our esteemed faculty. These ten faculty, together, have provided nearly 90 years of teaching to UAS students.

Bowman, Cook wed

Abby Kathleen Bowman and Shelby Danial Cook were wed on Saturday at Eagle Beach Campground in Juneau. The bride is daughter of Jim and RuthAnn Bowman of Juneau. The groom is son of Amy Patterson and Matt Cook of Savannah, Georgia.

Kelly, Rybkowski wed

Erin Kelly and Tyler Rybkowski wed on June 7 at Northern Lights Church in Juneau. The bride is daughter of Thomas (deceased) and Sharon Kelly of Juneau.

A big thank you to the Juneau Community Foundation

The Juneau High School's Band Boosters organization would like to sincerely thank the Juneau Community Foundation (Douglas-Dornan Foundation Fund) for their generous gift of $757 to be used for instrument repair.

Bartlett Regional Hospital receives accreditation from College of American Pathologists

Bartlett Regional Hospital of Juneau has been awarded accreditation by the Accreditation Committee of the College of American Pathologists (CAP), based on the results of a recent onsite inspection. The laboratory's director, Norman H.

Twin Lakes children to finish summer running miles

Kids of a Twin Lakes neighborhood decided their summer would be marked in MILES. They wanted to run a marathon - one mile at a time - over the course of the summer.

FCI Awards 46 Scholarships

The Fil-Com. Inc. of Juneau, a non-profit organization, awarded 46 scholarships to middle school, high school and college students during the Scholarship Awards Night, held at the FCI Hall on August 8, 2014.

Huna Totem Corporation hires vice president of marketing and sales

Huna Totem Corporation welcomed Anne French to its senior management team in July. French joined the Alaska Native village corporation as the vice president of marketing and sales.

Recent Bartlett Births

On August 4, 2014, a son, Abraham Oliver Sabin, weighing 8 lbs., to Tina Pleasants and Aaron Sabin of Juneau. On August 4, 2014, a son, Charlie Everette Chenoweth, weighing 8 lbs. 8 oz., to Cheryl and Charlie Chenoweth of Juneau.

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Monday, August 18 Chicken and Peach Sauté Pasta Peas and Carrots Apple/ Raisin/ Cabbage Salad Tuesday, August 19 Beef Vegetable Soup ...
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