As the snow piles up in and around Juneau, avalanches are going to once again become part of residents’ lives.
The northern seas were a dangerous place in 1917.
This year’s Great Alaskan Toy Drive, sponsored by the Alaska Army National Guard, starts Nov. 25 and will run until Dec. 20.
Since April, Vanessa Nason has been trying to track rape.
An unsolved break-in at a local wastewater treatment building is still causing a stink with the Juneau Police Department.
SALEM, Ore. — Mary Beth Baker has worked enough Fred Meyer sock sales to see just about everything. A co-worker falling into a play pen of socks. Others trapped behind doors as shoppers rushed into the store. A loyal customer waxing poetic about the sale.
The traditional Thanksgiving Friday Barn Dance takes place 7:30-11 p.m. tonight at St. Ann’s Parish Hall, 5th Street downtown. It features live music by the Full Circle string band. Odette Edgar will teach and call contra dances. No experience or a partner are necessary. Admission for adults is $10; admission for those age 25 and under, or students, is $5; JVs, Americorps, etc. are admitted free. The dance is sponsored by the Juneau International Folkdancers. For more information, call 586-1787.
As the Juneau Yacht Club became more and more popular as an event venue, it became clearer that the place needed a sprucing up.
More than 30 newcomers make their debut at Public Market.