SITKA - The trial for a former middle school principal charged with sexual assault and other crimes started this week in Sitka.
There's a startling trend on the Alaska news wire these days. Have you noticed? Individuals in places of power and leadership are making news through acts that are, frankly, unprofessional.
The annual Icebreaker middle school basketball tournament begins today.
KETCHIKAN - Schoenbar Middle School athletic teams will no longer compete in Juneau if middle school teams from Alaska's capital do not come to Ketchikan first, Schoenbar Athletic Director Kelly Smith said Wednesday.
The Juneau middle school cross country running season ended with an approximate two-mile race at Sandy Beach on Wednesday. Sitka's Blatchley Middle School runner Zosha Krupa topped the girls eight grade field with a best overall time of 11 minutes 41.
Editor's note: Content of a sexual nature. A Juneau judge Thursday denied an appeal for a man convicted of open lewdness for touching himself inappropriately in Walmart, ruling the city's ordinance is not unconstitutionally vague.
Floyd Dryden heavyweight Forrest Bizzario continues to wreck havoc on middle school grapplers in search of competition.
Now that the Juneau-Douglas High School softball team has clinched a berth in the state tournament, one would think that the pressure would be off this weekend as the Crimson Bears head to Sitka this weekend to wrap up the regular season.
It took awhile for the Juneau-Douglas High School softball team to get going, but once started the Crimson Bears rallied for a 5-0 victory over the Sitka Wolves as they opened a three-day road trip Thursday at Sitka's Blatchley Middle School fields. Juneau, which won its last four games early because of a 10-run mercy rule, didn't score until the fourth inning.
The Juneau-Douglas High School softball team posted a perfect 5-0 record during its season-openers in Ketchikan last weekend, but coach Kari Monagle feels there's still room for improvement.
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