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Bursell, Knapp top Magnificent Mendenhall Mudpuddle Meet

John Bursell, 50, topped the 8-mile race in the Magnificent Mendenhall Mudpuddle Meet last weekend with a time of 50 minutes, 30 seconds. Elizabeth Knapp, 10, took the 1-mile run in 6 minutes, 54 seconds.
Photo: Magnificent Mendenhall Mud Puddle Meet

Runners begin the eight-mile portion of the Magnificent Mendenhall Mud Puddle Meet from the University of Alaska Southeast parking lot on Saturday. The race was started by Glenn Frick in 1978 and is one of Juneau's oldest community running events.
Linda Shipman Moseley in Religious Studies from San Diego State University followed by a primary teaching credential from the University of Alaska, Juneau. Linda met her husband, Perry Shipman under a tree at San Diego State University and was married on January...
JAHC names Mayor's Awards for the Arts recipients

The Juneau Arts & Humanities Council has announced the selection of the recipients for the Seventh Annual Mayor's Awards for the Arts, to be presented at the Sunday Wearable Arts Extravaganza on Feb. 9 at 3 p.m., at Centennial Hall.
Bill Ray

...Legislature, he was instrumental in acquiring funding for the Dimond Court House, the State Office Building, University of Alaska Juneau, and The Alaska Permanent Fund. He was an honorary State Trooper, an honorary Fire Fighter, and an honorary...
Alvin Benito Castillo

On September 8, 2013, Alvin Benito Castillo heard his ancestors calling and walked into the forest. He was Yanyeidí of the Wolf Clan from Taku and a grandchild of the Teeyeeneidi, the Dog Salmon Clan from Tuxekan. His Tlingit names are L.daan.eeghí,
Homeless Connect to gather service providers in one location

Centennial Hall will become a one-stop event for service providers to lend a hand through Project Homeless Connect on Monday. This will be the second time Juneau has hosted the event, which will be from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.

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Skagwayan on Syracuse football team

Stan Bush of Skagway went to Syracuse University to learn how to be a sportscaster. He didn't expect to write his own "Rudy" story.
Juneau boys pursue 10th straight Classic title as they open their season

The Juneau-Douglas High School boys basketball team has been an inhospitable host when it comes to its signature Princess Cruises-Alaska Airlines Capital City Classic. The Crimson Bears have won the last nine titles and failed to win the tournament just once in its 11 years.


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