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Editor's note: Welcome to the inaugural editorial formulated and written by the Empire Readers' Council - an editorial group made up entirely of local readers. The opinions of the council are not necessarily those of the Juneau Empire.
...information is available on the Web site www.projecthomesafe.org/ . Amy Maio is a free-lance writer living in Juneau. Empire editor Ed Schoenfeld contributed to this article.
Juneau Empire Managing Editor Steve Reed is leaving Alaska for an editing job with the Pioneer Press, a 200,000-circulation daily newspaper in St. Paul, Minn. Empire City Editor Ed Schoenfeld also is leaving the newspaper, but not Juneau. Schoenfeld will become regional news director for CoastAlaska, an organization of five Southeast public radio stations.
Changes coming to JDHS stage, but some looking for even more By RILEY WOODFORD The JUNEAU EMPIRE Editor's note: This is the second of a three-part series on performing arts space in Juneau. Brass and woodwinds have been known...
Among changes readers may wonder about in our modest redesign of the Juneau Empire is this: What happened to the stocks on Page 7? Turn the page and you'll get the answer: They're different.
Every year during the holidays Juneau residents rise to the occasion to help out those less fortunate with gifts and needed food. But although the holidays are over, the need for food isn't.
...III: Proposed high school theater would bring plays, concerts to the Mendenhall Valley By RILEY WOODFORD The JUNEAU EMPIRE Editor's Note: This is the last in a three-part series on a proposed performing arts center in Juneau. Opera in...
And so we have. Enough people responded and convinced us that the weather from around the country is important to them and, in fact, it's information they don't get elsewhere, as we had mistakenly thought.
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