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1 Previous The Empire welcomes new reporter
2 Opinion: Real governance is more than performance
3 Opinion: China's economic progress is no laughing matter
4 Opinion: Looking at the past could improve psychiatric patient care
5 Coach's Comments: JDHS boys basketball
6 Despite setbacks, work continues at Polaris House this Christmas.
7 Opinion: University of Alaska is one of our state's greatest assets
8 Pebble developer files appeal with Army Corps
9 Vaccines are coming, but pandemic facilities will remain
10 Lack of planning hampers AMHS, lawmakers say
11 Opinion: The possibility of increasing independent visitors to Southeast Alaska
12 What's your vaccine policy? Here's what Juneau's largest employers are doing
13 University of Alaska looks to a post-pandemic future
14 Recall Dunleavy group gathers steam for final push
15 Southeast Alaska's economic recovery expected to be slow
16 Previous Juneau man indicted on sexual abuse of a minor charges
17 Jones out as Alaska marijuana board member
18 Previous State reports COVID-19 death for Juneau
19 Report: Most Alaska adults have conditions that increase risk for serious illness from COVID-19
20 Previous Summer break to include school for some Juneau students
21 Visibility is key: Data and murdered and missing Indigenous women
22 FBI questions Alaska lawmakers over Permanent Fund dividend
23 Juneau police begin program for at-risk community members
24 State says increased unemployment payments start next week
25 Glory Hall eyes move forward as new food program starts up
26 CDC pleads with Americans to avoid Thanksgiving travel
27 Next Family files wrongful death suit against Juneau police, city
28 IRS will delay tax filing due date until May 17
29 Opinion: Don't blame Canada for our restrictions
30 No tourists means loss and opportunities for museums
31 Next Opinion: When will Juneau schools reopen?
32 Writers' Weir: 'All Our Landforms Up For Sale'
33 Thane Road to close Saturday morning for avalanche hazard reduction
34 City officials discuss odor at Lemon Creek-area dump
35 Next In Juneau, going green focuses on power usage
36 Cruise lines announce sailings pause
37 Alaska may have illegally directed $5M consulting contract
38 Breaking: Vaccine soon available to all Alaskans
39 Previous DOT presents 5 options for Fred Meyer intersection
40 2 Pebble appeals, 2 different outcomes
41 Police arrest man after rooftop chase near airport
42 Public urges work group to support ferries
43 Schools to reopen to students on Monday
44 Feds: Relief checks are coming
45 The unserious pursuit of constitutional amendments
46 Salmon advocates: Dire Washington report offers warning to Alaska
47 Next Police arrest 1 after bomb threat at ferry terminal
48 Celebration 2021 canceled, organizers announce
49 2 arrested in multi-agency effort
50 Judge refuses to invalidate Dunleavy appointments
51 Opinion: The ongoing work of Elizabeth Peratrovich
52 “A tsunami looms across the horizon. That tsunami is the climate crisis.”
53 Advocates hopeful new bill will add five villages to ANCSA
54 Department of Public Safety commissioner resigns
55 District releases in-person learning schedule
56 Opinion: Finding good stories and inspiration in 2020
57 Juneau residents to be recognized with arts and humanities awards
58 Are more bears wandering in residential areas? It's hard to say
59 CCFR rescues injured person on trail in Mendenhall Valley
60 Dunleavy: State will appeal Pebble decision
61 State's fast ferries sold for over $5M
62 Tribal Emergency Operations Center responds to crisis across Southeast
63 Alaskan organizations celebrate National Recovery Month
64 Police detain man obstructing traffic on Glacier Highway
65 Public comment period opens for ferry schedule
66 DOTPF conducts avalanche risk reduction along Thane Road
67 Clan leader and Tlingit language education pioneer has died
68 Next Juneau educators named to local principal posts
69 Application opens for December storm disaster relief
70 Plans for youth shelter moving forward
71 Illegal junkyard headed toward the trash heap
72 Principal candidates interview for open jobs
73 Vaccine clinic registration to open early for seniors
74 Opinion: Southeast Alaska cruise season torpedoed again
75 Opinion: The Tongass could be a solution for the pandemic
76 Cruise control: Activists voice goals for cruise industry reform
77 COVID at a glance for Thursday, March 18
78 Alaska to receive over $1.3M from opioid settlement
79 Next Conservationists welcome Biden's Roadless Rule review order
80 Coeur is committed to environment in expansion, mine manager says
81 Troopers seize over $250,000 in heroin, opioids in Ketchikan
82 Charities prepare for a pandemic-conscious Thanksgiving
83 Opinion: Making tourism lemonade out of pandemic lemons
84 Opinion: Voting rights should be enshrined, not suppressed
85 'Devestating decision': Locals react to Canada's cruise ban
86 Sailings canceled after ferry passengers test positive for COVID-19
87 Opinion: Now is the time to pass the Equality Act
88 Next No changes at Juneau Pioneer Home after positive cases in Anchorage
89 Opinion: Mendenhall Glacier Recreation Area proposal is a head-scratcher
90 State senate approves remote voting resolution
91 Jobs in Alaska down 39,900 last month
92 Juneau Empire House member tests positive for COVID-19
93 Opinion: Our hearts go out to Southeast Alaska
94 Long-awaited ferry reshaping report released
95 Previous Juneau drag performers ready for Stonewall Riot anniversary
96 Police warn of phone scam faking abduction scenario
97 Congressional delegation: Resource development can be lifeline for Southeast
98 Opinion: Sullivan is a leader and getting my vote
99 Opinion: Why I'm choosing Gross again
100 TV programming talks at an impasse, say negotiators