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1 State of Alaska releases unofficial results
2 See photos from the women's march
3 Derelict tugboat slated for mid-October sinking
4 Point of View: Addressing questions and concerns about pandemic-related contract
5 Former reporter takes helm as editor at Empire
6 Juneau joins in nationwide rallies
7 Special delivery? Juneau home birth center poised to take up slack from hospital
8 Juneau School District hopes for reopening plan by end of month
9 Through the talking glass: Technology helps connect Pioneer Home residents and loved ones
10 Weavers prepare for 'stunning' gathering in Juneau
11 Fun at home — Looking out the windows
12 Event tied to case cluster unlikely to lead to punishments
13 Election officials say it was a slow day at the polls
14 Parade held in Mendenhall Valley
15 Tlingit and Haida readies Southeast communities for next disaster
16 Capital Kennel Club of Juneau stays dogged, holds first post-pandemic trials
17 Galvin: Young can't deliver anymore
18 Juneau voter turnout so far is at 11%, here's how that compares to past years
19 Community spread of the coronavirus hits new high
20 Why they march: Juneau women tell us in their own words
21 Recall campaigners take a break for election season
22 Officials tout voting precautions, options in Alaska
23 Review: New EP is slightly rude, a little lewd far from crude
24 National Weather Service issues flood warning for Mendenhall Glacier area
25 Juneau Youth Wrestling Club's new home nears completion
26 Eyes turn to Alaska's senators amid Supreme Court vacancy
27 Juneau women band together to make a difference
28 Firefighters extinguish fire in box truck
29 23 percent of voters have cast ballots, city says
30 Peaceful Juneau vigil held for George Floyd
31 Homegrown band talks new music, remixes and what comes next
32 Beyond The Ale: Tucked-away Bubble Room fare fit for discerning patrons
33 It's official: City certifies its by-mail election results
34 Elected officials urge census response ahead of deadline
35 Next phase of reopening is nearly all businesses and entities
36 Southeast grocers see empty shelves
37 'It's like we're loving this to death': Commenters say Mendenhall plan has drawbacks
38 Bartlett Regional Hospital reports first coronavirus death
39 Outsider art: Outdoors location and caution bring Shakespeare to local stage
40 Dates set for ballot measure hearings
41 These fashion statements have feelings
42 Parents say new school year comes with fresh challenges
43 'What we used to have': Locals testify about need to regulate tourism
44 Federal settlement nets schools a new bus
45 Survey sheds light on what worries Alaska's fishermen
46 Finalists interview for Thunder Mountain principal position
47 Sealaska Heritage asks for city support for project
48 Juneau residents show up to support Pioneer Homes bill
49 Budget director says something has to change
50 Juneau Dance Theatre freshens up a classic
51 Juneau schools announce free meals ahead of Alaska Day weekend
52 Beyond the Ale: Imperial Grill
53 Statewide COVID-19 cases hit new single-day high
54 State reports 2 new coronavirus deaths
55 2019 boating deaths, injuries in Alaska down from previous years
56 These two Southeast businesses just won $25K
57 'Alaska's first political thriller': New novel uses lived experiences to tell its story
58 Alaska's lack of property laws make Juneau's most valuable properties difficult to assess
59 State reports new COVID-19 cases
60 Capitol Live: Commissioner provides overview of 'mortar' holding state services together
61 Gross but good: How dung, mucus and more are used in nature
62 Tribes ask feds to stop work on Roadless Rule plan
63 Juneau schools announce changes to meal program
64 Recognitions for Sunday, Oct. 25, 2020
65 Police calls for Sunday, Sept. 20, 2020
66 Juneau Polar Bear Dip goes down swimmingly
67 Juneau-Douglas High School's latest play is a murder-driven farce
68 Arts campus project asks for city funds
69 Governor extends open invitation to mining industry
70 Juneau could clear 1.5 million cruise ship tourists by 2021
71 19 employees at mine near Juneau test positive for coronavirus
72 Juneau's almost entirely closed on Christmas
73 'Alaska, don't go there': Former revenue commissioner says Fair Share Act would be bad for business
74 Here are the winners from Wearable Art 2020
75 Mitchell’s Musings: Vinyl is back and even cooler this time around
76 Police calls for Thursday, Sept. 10, 2020
77 Eaglecrest enjoys best stretch of wintry weather in almost a decade
78 Bugs are the new popcorn? Juneau moviegoers sample crickets, locusts, grasshoppers
79 Perseverance Theatre reveals first show of upcoming season
80 Alaska Voices: The Postal Service is essential not political
81 Now home, AMHS crew member tests positive for COVID-19
82 Public Market offers feathers, fur and fun
83 TMHS holds off JDHS for back-to-back wins
84 Dunleavy expected to give State of the State address next week
85 Regents to review University of Alaska Southeast merger plan
86 Sleeping it off: An inside look at Juneau's sleep off program for chronic inebriates
87 Bear with them, they're learning
88 State confirms Lemon Creek Correctional Center employee tests positive for COVID-19.
89 Crystal clear: First-time Juneau business owner enjoys her new adventure
90 City and state advise against long-distance travel
91 Union members caravan for worker protections
92 Edgecumbe of glory: Juneau women find redemption at annual tournament
93 Watch: Gov. Mike Dunleavy give update on small business grant program
94 Traveler tested at airport tests positive for COVID-19
95 Quarantine expected to be lifted in favor of proof of test
96 Alaska health workers seek mask rule for crowded businesses
97 Photos: Forbidden Peak's hopping grand opening
98 Mine developer sees review as positive for Alaska project
99 A moose with no name: Contest to be held for new fire-prevention mascot
100 Crosstown clash closely contested