Shelly Kay Hohenthaner (Patrick), Alaskan born and raised, passed away on Saturday, August 31, 2013 at OU Medical Center in Oklahoma of complications from Addison's disease. She was 50 years old. Shelly was born in Juneau, AK on February 17, 1963 to
On behalf of the American Cancer Society and the Juneau Relay for Life Committee, we want to offer our heart felt thanks to everyone for their contribution to the 2nd Annual Relay for Life.
The Juneau Economic Development Council has produced a fact-filled marketing package to attract new business.
The first 100 contestants catching the largest salmon will have their choice of any one of the prizes except that 1st prize goes to the largest fish, the 60th prize goes to the 60th top weight, and prize number 100 is reserved for the person catching the 100th top weight.
Big Brothers Big Sisters held its annual Bowl for Kids' Sake thank-you party on March 13 at the Juneau Bowling Center. The bowling party was the culminating event of a six-week fundraising campaign undertaken by members of our community. A big thank you goes to all of our bowler/fundraisers and donors! We cannot thank you enough for all of your efforts.
Juneau resident Trey Allen VanEpps-Williams, 10, died Sunday, June 6, 2004, outside of Tok.
Juneau Empire ©2013. All Rights Reserved.