Jenna Wiersma has worked with children her entire life, helping them learn new skills that are essential in life. She teaches at Auke Bay Elementary School in the Developmental Communications Program for students in grades K-3.
I am a self-professed speed freak. No, not the illegal drug kind of speed freak, but the kind who has to be busy, busy, busy all the time. I'm always hurrying to get this important thing done so I can get the next important thing to be...
KODIAK - It had been half a year since Elrik Hanson had picked up a skateboard.
He got reacquainted with his board in a big way this past week.
Hanson and a few of his buddies spent three hours Monday testing the new ramps at Baranof Park.
Applications are now being accepted for the Simon and Anna Kirk Memorial Scholarship, Margaret Frans Brady Fund Scholarship and Douglas-Dornan Foundation Grant. Application forms may be obtained at www.juneaucf.org.
The Glacier Swim Club started their annual fundraising event, Aqualaps, on March 7th. Over the next several weeks, GSC swimmers will be seeking pledge donations from family, friends, neighbors and community members.
The Coeur Alaska Relay For Life Team is made up of employees, family members and friends whose mutual goals are to help the American Cancer Society achieve its goals of providing information, patient support, funding for cancer...
Recent births at Bartlett Regional Hospital
• A daughter, Makenzie Kalea Dunn, weighing 7 lbs. 8 oz., was born to Cassandra and Nicholas Dunn on March 18, 2015.
• A daughter, Willow Michael Dean, weighing 6 lbs. 12 oz.
Camp Invention, a national summer program that offers creativity and problem-solving skills, will be held at Thunder Mountain High School June 6-8. The program is for students in first through sixth grades.
Thanks to the generosity and sponsorship of legislators, staff, supporters and business community, Bartlett Regional Hospital Foundation and Armed Services YMCA of Alaska for raising over $30,000 for programs and projects supporting...
Juneau resident Rebekah Badilla earned recognition for making the Dean's List at Azusa Pacific University.
Badilla, a visual art major, was honored for the fall 2014 semester for achieving an academic standing of 3.5 or better grade-point...