Bright moments in the Arts 2014

The Empire's annual Bright Moments in the Arts feature is designed to celebrate...Hill."? The Wool Pullers playing a tiny desk concert at my desk at the Empire office. They'll be submitting a video for a competition to possibly perform...
Empire Editorial: For Christmas, we'd like to give ...

Here at the Empire, we offer the daily gift of information every morning. In light of Christmas, however, there are a few individuals and groups...
Art in unusual places

The Empire's Arts & Culture section welcomes reader-submitted images of art in unusual or unexpected places. Photographers of all levels...
Police blotter for Wednesday, Dec. 24, 2014

This report contains information provided to the Empire from law enforcement agencies. This report includes arrest and citation information, not conviction information. Anyone listed...
No family turned away

...granted."We went from no toys, not even one, to 200 families being adopted," Rena Sims of St. Vincent's said.The Empire printed articles on both Adopt-A-Family and Shop with a Cop about their inability to cover Juneau families in need...
Assembly pitches 1-year delay in opening pot shops

...sales, which currently is supposed to happen in late November 2015. The governor's spokeswoman, Grace Jang, told the Empire on Monday that Walker was looking into the extension because Alaska doesn't have any structure in place and would be...
Cops show kids Christmas spirit

...Officers Association, said the annual "Shop with a Cop" event raised more than $10,000 from community members after the Empire printed an article earlier this month about the program's plight. The article was prompted by an APOA press release...
The forgotten battle for Alaska

...1942 is considered the greatest military defeat in all British history. The blow of British prestige was one from which the Empire never recovered. By occupying the Dutch East Indies and the Philippines the Japanese had secured an oil and rubber-rich...
Eleven honored at JDHS student lunch

...students exemplify what it means to be a JDHS Crimson Bear," Kim McNamara, Assistant Principal, said in an email to the Empire.The students recognized were Noah Williams, Chelsea Harris, Joe Greenough, Jasper MacNaughton, Leilani Russell...

In an article called "Skagway man indicted for tampering with witness" published in the Empire on Tuesday, the Empire reported that electronic court records show that prosecutors also tried to indict Michael McLoone on multiple...


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