Dale StaleyDale Staley passed away May 31st, 2014 in Juneau, AK. He was born May 4, 1947 to Fred and Donna Staley in Frankfort, Indiana. Dale fought a courageous battle against cancer for the past 10 months. He was a good man, loved husband and
Juneau voters overwhelmingly voted in the Tuesday city election in favor of extending a temporary 1 percent sales tax and providing $22 million in bonds for renovation of two elementary schools.
A reminder that people used to regularly carry guns into one of Juneau's elementary schools shows just how much times have changed.
Of the four proposed bond measures on next Tuesday's city ballot, the one calling for $3.9 million for artificial turf for two Juneau ball fields is by far the least important relative to community needs, at least in the immediate short term.
A Montessori charter school could cost the Juneau School District about $100,000 in its first year, district administrators say.
...approve taking about $790,000 of earned interest from Thunder Mountain High School, along with Harborview and Glacier Valley elementary schools, to pay down debts on school projects. The bond for a ground-source heat pump system at Glacier...
The Juneau School District will be asking voters to approve two measures granting it the ability to bond for two projects - ground source heating for Auke Bay Elementary School and turf replacement for Adair-Kennedy Memorial Park - and in the same stroke use bond revenues from past projects to pay down its debts.
Organizers of the Montessori Borealis charter school in Juneau have decided they won't reapply this year for state approval.
From legislative corruption to overwhelming snow, from court showdowns over mining to Bong Hits 4 Jesus, Juneau residents had plenty of news to ponder in 2007.
Turnout could be relatively brisk in the general city election if the number of absentee votes is any indication.
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