WASHINGTON - Alaska Sen. Lisa Murkowski on Wednesday said she supports gay marriage, making her the third Senate Republican to do so.
THURSDAY, FEB. 14 Storytime and crafts, 11 a.m., Douglas library. Details: 586-0434. "Alaska's Long-lost Apollo 11 Moon Rock," lecture with Steve Henrikson, noon, Alaska State Museum. Free. Juneau Rising, 12-1 p.m.
On Saturday, Feb.
ART, EVENTS & MUSIC THURSDAY Celebration 2012: Native Artist Market, 8 a.m.-6 p.m., Sealaska Plaza. Featuring more than 40 booths with authentic Native arts and crafts for sale. Free. Details: 463-4844.
Have you ever wondered why we are here on earth? Are we here to see how much money we can make or how many things we can collect? Perhaps we believe we are here to see how far we can advance in our job.
The League of Women Voters grew out of the long fight to win women the right to vote and has been advocating for the rights of all citizens for more than 90 years.
With charges of "lies" increasingly common in the ongoing presidential campaign, a Juneau woman is taking a leadership role in both improving the quality of elections - and also of government. Douglas' carolyn V.
Joe Bennett died Sept. 17 at the age of 71. A gentler man never walked Bainbridge Island. He always graced us with his smile and kind words. A quiet, thoughtful fellow, Joe connected us with people of the Inside Passage - both in mind and spirit and the waterways between Puget Sound and Gulf of Alaska.
Sealaska Heritage Institute will sponsor a noon lecture series, dance performances, and a Native art market to celebrate Native American Heritage Month in November.
A series of programs in honor of Elizabeth Peratrovich Day will be held on Wednesday. The events are co-sponsored by the Alaska Native Sisterhood Camp 2 and 70 and The League of Women Voters of Juneau.
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