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Gimme a Smile: Life lessons from Alaska

On July 4, we celebrated the birthplace of our nation, but it's the day after that holds a special place in my heart.
On July 5, 1993, at 2 a.m. my husband and I arrived in Juneau on the ferry.

by PEGGY MCKEE BARNHILL

Parenting reflections

If you know me, you know that I am an optimist. I generally think that tomorrow can be better than today. We can always continue to learn, grow and improve. I find this to be especially true in families. We all have different families of...
JACQUELINE F. TUPOU

Comment sought on proposed regulations for assessments

The State Board of Education & Early Development is seeking comment on proposed regulations to allow persons with certificates of achievement to take a college and career readiness assessment and receive a high school diploma. The...

Juneau students build, fly drones alongside industry professionals

Two Juneau middle school students were among 47 others from across the state to take part in the Alaska Native Science & Engineering Program.

Alaska literacy advocates honored

For their contributions to literacy in Alaska, three Alaskans and one Sitka-based group will be recognized at the upcoming Contributions to Literacy in Alaska awards ceremony.

Support group changes location, time

Starting this month, the Beyond Baby Blues support group for pregnant and new mothers experiencing sadness or anxiety will meet the second Saturday every month at Harborview Elementary School. Sessions are from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m.

Six Juneau students make WSU honor roll

The following students from Juneau were recognized for their academic excellence during the spring 2015 semester at Washing State University and named President’s Honor Roll recipients: Daffodil Ybanez Alinson, Andrea Nicole Gordon,...

Juneau Senior Center Menu

Monday, July 6 Chicken Adobo Rice Cauliflower & Carrots Orange Slices Tuesday, July 7 Ham & Bean soup Cornbread Tomato Slices W...

Alzheimer's fundraiser organizer thanks participants

On the summer solstice, the Longest Day Concert for Alzheimer's was organized as a fundraiser for the Alzheimer's Association.

Young Juneau readers rewarded for reviews

During the fourth week of the Juneau Public Libraries' Summer Reading program, 35 students took part in a book review contest. The participants, all under the age of 19, turned in reviews of 84 books.
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