For the second time in less than a week, Dimond Post 21 put a 10-run mercy rule win on the Juneau Post 25 baseball team at the American Legion Alaska State Tournament.
As our heads are spinning with one year ending and another beginning, it is time to look back in remembrance, humility, praise and wonder at some of the sweaty athletes and situations that graced our Southeastern world.
Juneau will have its first American Legion team since 2001 this summer. Thanks to the efforts of Midnight Suns Baseball and Andy Macaulay the Juneau Post 25 team will be on the fields and turfs and in the rain and sunshine around the state and beyond.
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...Alcohol was a factor.Drive While License RevokedSaturday at approximately 8 a.m., Alaska Wildlife Troopers from the Juneau Post stopped to check a vehicle in the ditch on Egan Drive near Sunny Point. Investigation showed the operator, Raymond...
Nearly 14 months after Margaret "Maggie" Wigen was found dead near her Tenakee Springs home, Alaska State Troopers on Thursday arrested the man they say raped and killed her.
The Juneau Post 25 American Legion Midnight Suns baseball team was down to nine healthy bodies after losing an 8-1 decision to the Fairbanks...
...member of Lt. Gov. Loren Leman's staff said Monday. The problem with the absentee ballots arose Thursday night at the Juneau post office because of incorrect information that the Division of Elections provided on cover sheets accompanying two stacks...
Coke has come to town on commercial airliners, heroin has come in the mail, and meth has been made right here in Juneau. When it comes to drugs, Juneau is a pretty accessible town. Barge lines and transport companies bring tons of legitimate goods and supplies to town, the Postal Service and package services deliver millions of letters and parcels, and the airlines and ferries bring in thousands of people.
The Crimson Bears turned in a strong effort Wednesday, beating Kenai Central High School, 57-37, in the opening round of tourney play at the Carlson Center. In the women's opening game, No. 6 Palmer upset No. 1 East Anchorage, 74-62. The Moose (25-2) face No.
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