More than a century ago, the eye of Vincent Soboleff's camera caught the Killer Whale Dagger's gleam. Held in Tlingit hands on a day when the blade mirrored the sun's light, it was a moment captured.
Philip A. Banks Jr. Philip A Banks Jr. passed away Dec. 7, 2014. He was 72. He was born March 30, 1942 and raised in Riverside, California. He attended the University of the Pacific in Stockton, California before moving to Juneau in 1980.
KODIAK - Tahna Lindquist figured signing a National Letter of Intent would be like signing any other document. Turns out she was wrong. "I had this overwhelming feeling that this is it, this is my National Letter of Intent.
Christina NaMee Eriksen
Bill Gillette is the co-owner of Fitness Plus Gym.
Department of Community and Economic Development Commissioner Deborah Sedwick announced Fay's promotion Monday. Fay has served as acting division director since Tom Garrett left the state tourism post in the spring.
Mores, Araki wed Theresa Deems Mores and Kevin Araki wed in a private ceremony while vacationing in New York City. The bride is the daughter of Sue and Richard Deems of Auke Bay.
The fourth in the 1999 series of Lenten Luncheons, sponsored by the Juneau Cooperative Church Council, will feature Assemblywoman Cathy Engstrom Munoz, and will be held at noon, Thursday, March 18, in McPhetres Hall of the Holy Trinity Episcopal Church.
David Albietz, Thomas Lee Parker
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