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  1. UAS adds two new professors in Marine Fisheries programRead the original story

    Wednesday Aug 24 | Capital City Weekly

    For the past three years, Cox has served as the Director for the Alaska Native Science and Engineering program at UAS and has taught microbiology in the department. Cox's new appointment will continue to support his work with ANSEP and will expand his responsibilities to include program development and recruitment of new students for the marine fisheries emphasis options in the Biology and Marine Biology bachelor's degree programs, according to a press release.

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  2. Feds designate Indian Point as sacred, worthy of protectionRead the original story

    Wednesday Aug 24 | Capital City Weekly

    Indian Point in Juneau has recently been added to the National Register of Historic Places due to its traditional and cultural significance. The roughly 78-acre parcel of land in Auke Bay is one of the original village sites of the A'akw Kwan.

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  3. Cruise with wildlife, symphonyRead the original story

    Wednesday Aug 24 | Capital City Weekly

    On Saturday, Sept. 3, the Juneau Symphony will host its annual wildlife cruise. Passengers will enjoy wildlife sight-seeing on board an Allen Marine catamaran while listening to live music from string ensemble members Sophia Butler , Katie Kroko , Meghan Johnson , and Andrew Israelson .

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  4. Rotary bulbs for saleRead the original story

    Wednesday Aug 17 | Capital City Weekly

    Beautiful spring-flowering bulbs are now available for purchase from Juneau-Gastineau Rotarians. Plant them in the fall for beautiful blooms in the spring and summer.

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  5. Harmful Algal Bloom AdvisoryRead the original story

    Jul 8, 2016 | Capital City Weekly

    The Southeast Alaska Tribal Toxins partnership has been collecting phytoplankton samples throughout southeast Alaska to monitor for plankton species that can produce toxins and cause human health effects, specifically paralytic shellfish poisoning . Samples taken July 4 confirmed elevated levels of Alexandrium, the phytoplankton species that produces saxitoxins causing PSP, at Auke Bay in Juneau and Cloud 9 and the graveyard in Craig.

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  6. PSP risk changesRead the original story

    Jul 6, 2016 | Capital City Weekly

    The Southeast Alaska Tribal Toxins partnership has been collecting phytoplankton samples throughout southeast Alaska to monitor for plankton species that can produce toxins and cause human health effects, specifically paralytic shellfish poisoning . Samples taken July 1 confirmed elevated levels of Alexandrium, the phytoplankton species that produces saxtoxins causing PSP, at Auke Bay and Eagle Beach in Juneau, and Cloud 9 and the graveyard in Craig.

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  7. Fish Factor: Wind a blowsa salmon into the Yukon RiverRead the original story

    Jun 15, 2016 | Capital City Weekly

    Boaters from Homer to the Mat-Su valley can help protect salmon and other aquatic creatures and get discounts from popular businesses by doing so. A pilot program launched this spring is an offshoot of Cook Inletkeeper's Clean Boating program that began in the Valley five years ago.

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  8. Shellfish unsafe across SoutheastRead the original story

    Jun 8, 2016 | Capital City Weekly

    The Southeast Alaska Tribal Toxins partnership has been collecting phytoplankton samples throughout southeast Alaska to monitor for plankton species that can produce toxins and cause human health effects, specifically paralytic shellfish poisoning . Samples on June 1 confirmed elevated levels of Alexandrium, the phytoplankton species that produces saxtoxins causing PSP.

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  9. What's happening this week June 8th - 14th, 2016Read the original story

    Jun 8, 2016 | Capital City Weekly

    Thursday, June 9, 7 p.m., Kindred Post. This concert, cosponsored by Trickster Company, KTOO, and Kindred Post, will feature storytelling, music and dance from local and visiting Native artists.

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  10. Juneau sites dangerous for shellfishRead the original story

    Jun 1, 2016 | Capital City Weekly

    Researchers at the University of Alaska Fairbanks School of Fisheries and Ocean Sciences in Juneau have been collecting weekly phytoplankton samples at Auke Bay, Point Louisa , Amalga and Eagle Beach to monitor for phytoplankton species that can produce toxins and cause human health effects, specifically paralytic shellfish poisoning . Water samples from May 26 confirm that Auke Bay, Point Louisa , Amalga and Eagle Beach all have elevated levels of Alexandrium, the phytoplankton species that produces saxitoxins causing PSP.

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  11. What's happening this week June 1st - June 7th, 2016Read the original story

    Jun 1, 2016 | Capital City Weekly

    Friday-Saturday, June 2-3, UAS. Free conference hosted by the Juneau Suicide Prevention Council aims to prevent disease by preventing and addressing trauma.

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  12. What's happening this week May 4th - 10th, 2016Read the original story

    May 4, 2016 | Capital City Weekly

    Wednesday, May 4, 5:30 p.m., Juneau-Douglas City Museum. Set out with guide Mike Blackwell to learn how gold came to be under our feet in Juneau and how the thirst for gold changed the landscape, as well as biographies of people who changed the community.

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  13. Carolyn Wonderland, the Vega Quartet Open Juneau Jazz & Classics 30th SeasonRead the original story

    Apr 27, 2016 | Capital City Weekly

    Juneau Jazz & Classics kicks off its 30th season Friday, May 6 with the powerful voice of Carolyn Wonderland and her band, two blues cruises Saturday, and the energetic Vega String Quartet Sunday at the stunning Shrine of St. Therese. "The magic of Jazz & Classics has always been the creative mix of musical styles.

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  14. Whata s happening this week April 13th - 19th 2016Read the original story

    Apr 13, 2016 | Capital City Weekly

    Wednesday, April 13, Thunder Mountain High School Library, 7 p.m. At this meeting of the Raincountry Flyfishers, Kent Sullivan will present a slide show of fishing far upstream on the Taku River, as well as his Christmas Island trip. The Taku River contains all five species of Pacific salmon, steelhead, Dolly Varden, bull trout, and cutthroat trout.

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  15. Juneau Jazz & Classics highlightsRead the original story

    Apr 13, 2016 | Capital City Weekly

    From its opening night to the final week, Jazz & Classics' 30th season will get you to lift your heels and move to the soulful sounds of Carolyn Wonderland and the energetic Rad Trads. "In our 30 years, we've welcomed tremendous dance bands to Juneau but acts like these are sure to get you on your feet!" said artistic director Linda Rosenthal.

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  16. Writing and visual arts contest for Audubon Society Berners Bay CruiseRead the original story

    Apr 13, 2016 | Capital City Weekly

    Juneau Audubon Society is looking for original art work on the theme "Birds, Wildlife, or conservation of Berners Bay." Submit entries electronically by email before by April 18, 2016 to [email protected]

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  17. Auke Bay Wildlife Extravanza insights and storiesRead the original story

    Apr 13, 2016 | Capital City Weekly

    Are you among the many who watched the wildlife extravaganza at Auke Bay? Or did you miss it? Whales, seabirds, and other predators gathered at Auke Bay harbor, where schools of herring seemed to be at the center of a wildlife extravaganza. Come and join our April program of the Juneau Audubon Society, where the wildlife show will be relived.

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  18. Juneaua s heating revolutionRead the original story

    Apr 6, 2016 | Capital City Weekly

    Ground source heat pumps have been making their way into commercial and institutional buildings in Juneau starting with AEL&P's new headquarters in 1996. Installations in recent years include the Dimond Park pool, the airport, the Auke Bay school, the Johnson Youth Center, and the Forest Service lab, as well as a number of private residences.

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  19. Fish Factor: Salmon prices this year could improve for Alaska fishermenRead the original story

    Mar 9, 2016 | Capital City Weekly

    Halibut weights are about one-third of what they were 30 years ago, meaning a halibut weighing 120 pounds in the late 1980s is closer to 40 pounds nowadays. One culprit could be arrowtooth flounders, whose numbers have increased 500 percent over the same time to outnumber the most abundant species in the Gulf: pollock.

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  20. Fish Factor: Feeding Alaskaa s needyRead the original story

    Feb 10, 2016 | Capital City Weekly

    Needy Alaskans are enjoying a rare taste of sablefish, thanks to a science project that kept research fish from going over the rails. Sablefish, more commonly called black cod, are one of the world's priciest, high-end fish, and Alaska waters are home to the largest stocks.

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