...or contributions made to the event will benefit the local Juneau Special Olympics.Contact reporter Klas Stolpe at 523-2263 or at email@example.com.
Nikiski sophomore running back Rykker Riddall scored four touchdowns and senior captain Luke Johnson recovered a Thunder Mountain fumble from his linebacker position with a minute to play in the game to save the Bulldogs' 28-21 win over the Falcons in nonconference action Friday night in Juneau."Never giving up," Nikiski coach Ted Riddall said. "We played for 48 minutes and believed that everybody could get something done on the field. We needed everybody, it wasn't just one guy."
The 45-foot Response Boat-Medium (RB-M) is replacing the aging fleet of 41-foot utility and 47-foot motor life boats with improvements in performance, crew efficiency and operational availability.
House Bill 127, one of Gov. Sean Parnell's proposals he says are aimed at protecting the most vulnerable Alaskans -- children, the elderly, the disabled -- was heard in the House Judiciary Committee last week.
The Thunder Mountain High School Falcons fell to the visiting Homer Mariners 44-26 on Friday night in the Alaska School Activities Association medium-schools state semifinal at Falcons Field. "It was smash-mouth football," TMHS coach Bill Byouer said.
It's on! The Annual District Buoy Tender Roundup begins today in Juneau as nine U.S. Coast Guard buoy tenders from Alaska, Washington, Oregon and British Columbia gather to study, train and compete in skills they will use in their various ships and on the waterways they sail."It's about training and lessons learned," said Lt. Jason Haag, commanding officer of the Coast Guard cutter Henry Blake. "It's an opportunity to get everybody together and is in our best interest."
Homer defeated Thunder Mountain 46-6 on Friday in the semifinals of the medium-schools state football championships.
The Juneau-Douglas High School hockey team received little holiday cheer from the visiting Homer Mariners over the weekend at Treadwell Arena in nonconference action in Juneau.
The familiar howl came in Saturday afternoon's winter wind.
Siara Kelly was 10 years old and in third grade when the events of Sept. 11, 2001 began to unfold. Franklin Peters, 70, was on a Holland American Cruise going into Glacier Bay.
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