A Juneau high schooler who sustained a traumatic brain injury two years ago will be walking across the stage at the Juneau-Douglas High School graduation today.
Alaska Communications is asking Alaskans to nominate youth heroes for its annual Summer of Heroes scholarship program.
Salt & Soil’s unique business model catching on with local small-batch growers, bakers and makers.
Memorial Day and high school graduation celebrations will be happening all weekend long.
Disovery Southeast, a local outdoors education nonprofit, is known for its work with local schools. Starting in June, they’ll offer nature seminars specifically for adults.
In 2000, a Juneau baby won a $20,000 scholarship from the Juneau Empire. Now, 18 years later, she’s graduating high school.Thu, 05/24/2018 - 13:59
Adrianna D’Cafango was only a 9-month-old baby in her mother’s arms in the Nugget Mall corridor when she won a college scholarship.
Walking down the halls of Riverbend Elementary with Principal Michelle Byer at lunchtime is like walking down the street with a celebrity.
Despite some state-level financial help, the Juneau School District is letting go of 10 elementary school teachers for the upcoming school year.