Refine Search

Juneau Symphony review: Electrifying DC

A Philadelphia musician drove toward Washington. When he saw the "D.C." sign, he turned around and returned home. That's an inside joke for musicians, to whom "D.C.
US arrives in congested Sao Paulo for World Cup

SAO PAULO - The 4,080-mile overnight flight to Sao Paulo was easy for the U.S. World Cup team. A 4-mile bus ride from its base hotel through the city's perpetually congested streets to the Americans' training camp was another matter.
Senate run goals set

Five weeks ago, I launched my candidacy for the U.S. Senate, focused on delivering a message of energy and optimism directly to the people of our great state.
Around The Bases

On The Radio!!! The Juneau Juniors All Star games in Petersburg will be broadcast by So go online to and check them out.
This Day in History

In Alaska, the nation, and the world
This Day in History

In Alaska and In the nation
The Juneau Volunteer Marching Band Returns

Every year since 1976, the Juneau Volunteer Marching Band has practiced during June, performed in the Fourth of July parades, then vanished until the next summer. "We appear, then we disappear, like Brigadoon," said co-founder Bill Ruddy, 65, a Juneau lawyer and a trumpet player for the last 54 years. This year's season is no different, just a little more active, with five performances between Sunday, June 28 and Friday, July 4.
This WeeK
Juneau shows its colors in Fourth of July festivities

After returning from Baghdad in January, a number of Juneau residents have a whole new appreciation for the Fourth of July.
Moving a village

Stripped to his shirt sleeves on a desolate subpolar beach, the Inupiat Eskimo hunter gazes over his Arctic world. The midnight sun glitters on navy waves surrounding his island village. The town of Shishmaref sits amid the ruins of dugouts his ancestors chipped from the permafrost when Pharaohs were erecting pyramids in the hot sands of Egypt. His children and their cousins play tag on a hummock where his wife's parents and their parents are buried.
Old Glory

Patriotic displays have sprung up across the nation in the wake of Tuesday's terrorist attacks. The Stars and Stripes were hung on a cherry picker at Construction Machinery in Lemon Creek.


  • Switchboard: 907-586-3740
  • Circulation and Delivery: 907-586-3740
  • Newsroom Fax: 907-586-3028
  • Business Fax: 907-586-9097
  • Accounts Receivable: 907-523-2270
  • View the Staff Directory
  • or Send feedback