Juneau International Airport managers want to shift the location of a facility long planned for the airport's campus - but the move would cost the city almost $2 million.
The Capital City Chapter of the Alaska Peace Officers Association is inviting members of the public to attend a police officers memorial service they're hosting in Juneau next week.
Do you want to forage for food but don't know how? Are you unsure of the best way to preserve this year's catch to last through winter? Are you envious of your friend's chicken coop photos posted on Facebook? If the answer was yes to any of these questions, there's a weekend program to help locals accomplish all of the above and more.
It can be hard to peel a young person's eyes off the screen. Rather than fight the electronic glue, some educators are embracing kids' tech-obsession and finding ways to incorporate computer games into the classroom.
One of the first repercussions of Juneau's middle school spors travel ban will be seen today as the annual Icebreaker Tournament to be held at Dzantik'I Heeni Middle School. Or rather, it will not be seen.
...elected. She is currently teaching seventh and eighth grade students in Language Arts and Social Studies at Dzantik'i Heeni Middle School.What are some engaging units, lessons, or experiences you have provided to students?The first eight...
...Hope Carpenter in her costume combining a horse, duck and bunny for their Giant Puppet Project performance at Dzantik'i Heeni Middle School on Wednesday. Students in art teacher Miah Lager's class worked with local artist MK MacNaughton on the...
Middle school runners will participate in their second meet of the season today at 3:30 p.m. at Dzantik'i Heeni Middle School.
Seventh and eighth grade students are applauded by Mayor Merrill Sanford and Deputy Mayor Mary Becker for their volunteer efforts in the community during a stop to the classes' International Thanksgiving Feast at Dzantik'i Heeni Middle School on Wednesday. Seventh-graders Leah Davenport, left, and Samatha Johnson offer Mayor Merrill Sanford a taste of their pickle soup of Poland at Dzantik'i Heeni Middle School on Wednesday.
Brandon Mahle was raised with three brothers. One would think the rough and tumble camaraderie of male siblings made him the man he became, but one would be wrong.
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