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Kaelke helps Team Alaska earn silver - Juneau Empire
A former Juneau Douglas Ice Association youth hockey star played with Team Alaska at the girls 16-and-under Tier II USA Hockey Youth Nationals last week, helping the club through five days of action that culminated in a championship matchup on Monday ...

Sometimes, you need a sense of humor - Juneau Empire
It was strange to read the letter protesting Klas Stolpe’s “Drunken Fisherman at Anchor” cpncerning his teenage experience in his hometown of Petersburg. Stolpe is an excellent writer and I thoroughly enjoyed the piece. I have never met Mr. Opinsky ...

The road less traveled turns to gravel - Juneau Empire
New road requirements for subdivisions will clarify which streets in town are required to live up to city standards. The requirements are based on how often the roads are used. A major overhaul of subdivision standards has been ongoing for over seven years ...

Police: Response to vandalism of refugees' cars fell short - Juneau Empire
ANCHORAGE — Anchorage police have acknowledged they could have done a better job responding to a report of car vandalism targeting Sudanese refugees. Police Capt. Dave Koch called the apartment Tuesday where roommates Mohammed Hano and Mobarak Albadawi ...

Bill that Walker says he will veto advances from Senate - Juneau Empire
JUNEAU — A bill temporarily restricting a state-sponsored corporation from involvement in an alternate gas pipeline proposal by Gov. Bill Walker has advanced from the Senate. Notice of reconsideration was served following Tuesday's Senate vote, which ...

April First Friday Art Walk - Juneau Empire
Alaska Robotics gallery will host the third annual Student Show of Comic Arts competition in April. This exhibit showcases local student work. Reception: 4:30-7 p.m. The REACH Curated Exhibit features brand new works by more than 15 different REACH artists ...

The Eagle Tree, lowered by a crane, has landed - Juneau Empire
Forty years ago, Libraries, Archives and Museums Deputy Director Bob Banghart oversaw the installation of a Sitka spruce that would become known as the State Library Archives and Museum’s Eagle Tree. At the end of March this year, he saw the three-and-a ...

Writers Weir: Poems by Sarah Williams and Rai Behnert - Juneau Empire
to me in thirty years. • Sarah Williams experiences poetry as clear, brave, passionate speech. For 38 years she has lived all around Alaska, mostly in a small village. What she has experienced she finds best expressed in a poem. • Rai Behnert has lived ...

On Writing: Omitting needless words - Juneau Empire
The problem with clear writing is that it’s, well, clear. It’s transparent; you can see through it to the thing you’re writing about. All you notice is that the writing doesn’t get in the way of your getting the information you need. Like water in ...

April Open Studio Tour - Juneau Empire
Artists working in a variety of media invite you to check out their studios, see work in progress, learn about their processes, and celebrate what it means to be an artist in Juneau. Stop by any of the following studios for snacks, good conversation, and a ...

Scientists say polar bears won't thrive on land food - m.juneauempire.com
ANCHORAGE — A group of researchers say polar bears forced off melting sea ice will not find enough food to replace their current diet of fat-laden marine mammals such as seals, a conclusion that contradicts studies indicating that bears may be benefiting ...

House panel moves bill on Alaska Code of Military Justice - m.juneauempire.com
JUNEAU — A House panel has moved a bill to update the state's Code of Military Justice, although much of the work is expected to be undertaken this summer. The House Military and Veterans Affairs Committee on Tuesday moved a code of military justice bill ...

Jury picked in civil case over Hoonah officer deaths - Juneau Empire
Two years ago, John Nicholas Marvin Jr. was convicted for shooting and killing two Hoonah police officers in 2010. Now, a jury will decide whether the city of Hoonah is also liable for their deaths. A jury was selected Tuesday to hear the lawsuit brought ...

Proposal would reject pay increases for public employees - Juneau Empire
JUNEAU — The Senate Finance Committee has included in its version of the state budget language rejecting monetary terms included in contracts for more than a dozen units for the upcoming fiscal year. The committee also adopted language removing salary ...

Pipeline bill sets up showdown with Walker - Juneau Empire
JUNEAU — The Alaska Senate passed legislation Tuesday to temporarily restrict participation by a state-sponsored corporation in an alternate gas pipeline project proposed by Gov. Bill Walker. The 13-7 vote followed failed attempts by House Speaker Mike ...

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