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Douglas Harbor overhaul to begin with demolition

...which he attributes at least in part to the practice his staff had rehoming boats during last winter's renovation of Aurora Harbor. However, Docks and Harbors isn't finished yet.By Borg's estimates, he and his staff found temporary homes...
My Turn: Responsibility for abandoned and derelict vessels in Alaska

...broken off and floated to the surface; they can be seen inside the containment boom on the side of the north jetty of Aurora Harbor. Another section with a porthole is on the side of rip rap just north of downtown Juneau.After contacting the U...

...Oct. 4 edition, a section title incorrectly identified the proposed location of the Ocean Interpretation Center as Aurora Harbor. As proposed, the OIC would actually go on filled-in land next to the Alaska Mental Health Trust, where the Avista...
Man saved from boat fire

Firefighters rescued a 70-year-old man knocked unconscious by smoke after his boat caught fire in Aurora Harbor early Friday morning.Capital City Fire Rescue officials said a neighbor saw smoke coming from the vessel, called the "Blue...
Police & Fire for Thursday, June 25, 2015

...35-year-old Kristine Young was arrested for drunken driving following a single-vehicle collision on Egan Drive at Aurora Harbor. She was additionally charged with refusal to submit a chemical breath test. She was taken to LCCC, and her vehicle...
Police and Fire for Sunday, June 21, 2015

...was claiming his boat, the M/V Perseverance, as his permanent residence even though the vessel was winterized in Aurora Harbor for six months of the year and not listed as a "live aboard" by the City and Borough of Juneau. Larson also claimed...
Empire Editorial: Thumbs up, Thumbs down for July 20, 2015

...rescues. There was the crash of the Wings of Alaska aircraft, the accident at Windfall Lake, the boat on fire in Aurora Harbor and an injured hiker or two. If you're heading outdoors, stay safe - we prefer to write stories about great adventures...
Photo: Sailing

Youth sailing instructor Johnny Connolly uses his teeth to pull a sailing dinghy with Liam Penn, left, and Gavin Millard in it during Juneau Youth Sailing lessons at Aurora Harbor on Monday. The students, ages 11 to 13, are in a week-long level one class.
Photo: Flying the Confederate flag

A fishing boat, the Hell N 1 of Deep Bay, flies the Confederate flag off its mast at the auxiliary dock north of Aurora Harbor on Friday.
Summer youth camp roundup

...levels of sailing beginning with a Level 1, Level 2 and Junior Rating. The students meet at the Yacht Club next to Aurora Harbor and have a mix of on-the-water and classroom activities. Currently, the morning Level 1 sessions are full. Camps...


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