Richard Joseph Cook

...He was an active member of the Juneau Dental Society during his years of dental practice. He was a devoted fan of the University of Notre Dame football team, loved reading, fishing with his sons and friends on his boat "De Colores", gardening...
Ronald Heinrich Kleinenberg

...Anchorage, Alaska in November 1967 and then moved to Juneau in 1973, where Ron lived until his passing. Ron worked for the University of Alaska, Juneau and also for the State of Alaska for many years in various positions. In 1997, Ron quit his state...
State asked researchers wrong question

...That is according to one state-mandated study by the University of Alaska Anchorage. Unfortunately, legislators...reviewed a salary and tenure study Tuesday.The study by the university's Center for Alaska Eduction Policy Research (CAEPR...
Coffee with Ethel: An Alaska Native leader looks back

...and eating strange food. I was just loved working with them."Lund was accepted to a physical therapy school at the University of Wisconsin in Madison and at UCLA but her priest and family felt she wasn't prepared for the big city and suggested...
Film on the Dauenhauers to be presented Friday

...the final Evening at Egan presentation of the 2015 series on Friday, Nov. 20, at 7 p.m. at the Egan Library at the University of Alaska Southeast. The Dauenhauers drove language revitalization, civil rights, and equal education efforts in...
Juneau teacher named Alaska Teacher of the Year

...the Year alternate, has taught for 22 years, all in her present position. She holds a bachelor's degree from the University of Alaska Anchorage and a master's degree from Montana State University. Roberts became an educator after a career...
Short Plays on Climate Change to be presented Dec. 3

Short plays on Climate Change to be presented Dec. 3 Perseverance Theatre, the University of Alaska Southeast, and the Mendenhall Glacier Visitor Center will present "A Pain in the Crevasse: Short Plays on Climate...
Review: The sad beauty of 'Cabin, Clearing, Forest'

...the latter set of dangers in his new book of short stories, "Cabin, Clearing, Forest," released last month by the University of Alaska Press. Nearly half of the 13 stories are set in Juneau, where Falcon moved with his mother and sister...
New study warns against standardized pay for Alaska teachers

...schools, but would be too expensive to implement, according to a new study completed for the state Legislature.In the University Alaska Anchorage's Center for Alaska Education Policy Research study, researchers warned against the pay schedule...
Disagreements threaten uneasy truce between tribes, Maine

...of an American Indian in a former Idaho county courthouse have been the source of a disagreement between tribes and the University of Idaho over whether they should be displayed or covered up as offensive.The Maine tribes are descendants of the...
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