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Tina Bergam became only the second woman ever to win the 13th Annual Spring King Salmon Derby on Sunday. The winning fish was 34.75 pounds and was caught May 9.
The Juneau Raptor Center will receive $10,000 from the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service to help start their new raptor rehabilitation center near Brotherhood Bridge, but the nonprofit is still quite a ways from raising the roughly $500,000 they need to start building.
On Saturday, the Juneau-Gastineau Rotary Club and Alaska Department of Fish and Game will host their annual Family Fishing Day at the Lake at Twin Lakes.
Turning the Tides organized a beach cleanup of 14 islands in the Channel Islands Marine Park on May 2.
Capt. Dave Boddy finished his last 24-hour shift of his 30-year career Thursday with Capital City Fire and Rescue.
With Friday's reports of the first two confirmed cases of swine flu in Juneau, residents are getting a chance to react.
On Wednesday night, the Juneau School Board's newly formed drug testing task force met for the first time, but didn't set goals, deadlines or a plan to present its proposal to the School Board in August.
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