Funding for a pre-K funding program aimed to help children prepare for kindergarten may be part of the Oct. 2, 2018 municipal ballot.
It takes persistence to grow in Juneau.
Gov. Hilario P. Davide III sat in front of a bowl of karioko on Friday at city hall, Juneau Mayor Ken Koelsch at his side.
Laurie Sica never knows exactly what her day may entail. And for her, that is part of why she will miss her job.
Sealaska Corp. shareholders have elected an independent candidate to the board of directors that controls Southeast Alaska’s regional Native Corporation.
The Juneau Alliance for Mental Health Inc. recently added the phrase “Health and Wellness” to their name.
The movement started in a sea turtle’s nostril.
Brad Robbins was getting homesick for Juneau.
Assistant Municipal Attorney Emily Wright stood up at Wednesday night’s Juneau Reentry Coalition (JREC) community meeting and expressed her concern.
Richard “Dick” Willoughby was the kind of person to gaze into a raincloud and see the sun.