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  1. Juneau charter fisherman appointed to - Supreme Court' of halibutRead the original story

    Tuesday Sep 4 | Capital City Weekly

    A Juneau lodge owner and charter fisherman has been named to the International Pacific Halibut Commission, becoming the first charter fisherman to be seated on a body normally dominated by commercial fishing interests. Richard Yamada, President of the Alaska Charter Association and owner of Shelter Lodge, on Friday received a State Department letter confirming his appointment as an alternate to the commission.

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  2. Fisherman pleads guilty to multiple violationsRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Sep 4 | Capital City Weekly

    Michael Patrick Duby, a repeat wildlife offender in Southeast, pleaded guilty in Juneau District Court on Tuesday to two non-criminal fishing violations. According to the plea deal discussed in court Tuesday, Duby will pay a $2,000 fine for providing false information on a fish ticket and $1,000 for retaining yellowtail rockfish for personal consumption.

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  3. Election Roundup: Dunleavy to campaign this week in JuneauRead the original story

    Tuesday Sep 4 | Capital City Weekly

    Republican gubernatorial candidate Mike Dunleavy will host a town hall discussion on crime and public safety from 5-7 p.m. Wednesday night at the Mendenhall Public Library. The discussion will take place in the library's meeting room and is one of a series of events featuring the former state senator, who will be in town through the end of the week.

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  4. Boy in stable condition after breaking leg on trailRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Sep 4 | Capital City Weekly

    A 12-year-old boy suffered a broken leg while on a bike ride on the Herbert Glacier Trail on Monday, according to multiple accounts, but he is expected to make a full recovery after a variety of people worked together to help him. Capital City Fire/Rescue Assistant Chief Tod Chambers said the department got a call at 3:11 p.m. Monday that child might have broken his leg.

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  5. Checking in with Jacob CallowayRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Sep 4 | Capital City Weekly

    When put on the spot, Juneau's Jacob Calloway , 21, can think of three others besides himself who are on it: Brandon Huffman at North Carolina, Kamaka Hepa at Texas and Nathan Fromm at Albany. Calloway, a junior at Southern Utah University, understands he's living a dream most high school hoopers - Alaskan or not - will never experience.

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  6. JDHS volleyball opens season with 3-0 winRead the original story

    Friday Aug 31 | Capital City Weekly

    The Juneau-Douglas High School volleyball team opened its 2018 campaign with a 25-8, 25-10, 25-13 victory over the Ketchikan Lady Kings. Sophomore JoJo Griggs recorded eight kills in the win and senior Riley Stadt added nine digs and five kills.

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  7. Labor Day picnic gives attendees chance to meet candidatesRead the original story

    Monday Sep 3 | Capital City Weekly

    Nadine Lefebvre, the president of the Juneau Central Labor Council, AFL-CIO, prepared to read the winning raffle numbers at Monday's annual Labor Day picnic. Before she did, she had a quick message for the attendees.

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  8. Summer finishes as third-warmest in JuneauRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Sep 3 | Capital City Weekly

    Temperatures at Juneau International Airport, the city's official measuring point, averaged 57.9 degrees in June, July and August, the three months of meteorological summer. Only summer 2016 and summer 2004 were warmer.

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  9. Man indicted for allegedly attacking grandmother in courtRead the original story

    Monday Sep 3 | Capital City Weekly

    A Juneau man was indicted on an assault charge in August after allegedly attacking his grandmother during a court hearing, according to charging documents. On Aug. 6, Tyler John Leatham, 26, was in court in regard to another assault that took place in February, according to the indictment.

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  10. Juneau defense shines late in loss to LathropRead the original story

    Sunday Sep 2 | Capital City Weekly

    The Juneau unified football team was on the verge its seventh consecutive scoreless quarter when senior Hansel Hinckle decided to do something about it on Saturday night at Thunder Mountain High School against Lathrop. Hinckle picked off an errant pass and galloped about 25 yards into the end zone with just 22 seconds left in the third quarter, giving fans something to cheer about in a game that was pretty bleak up until that point.

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  11. Lena Beach now open after renovationsRead the original story

    Saturday Sep 1 | Capital City Weekly

    A few charred pieces of firewood sat on Lena Beach on Saturday morning, evidence of a bonfire the night before. Juneau Ranger District Developed Recreation Manager Marc Ramonda walked on the newly-opened road that ran through the recreation area and Ramonda chuckled when he heard about the bonfire leftovers.

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  12. Alaskans worried by prospect of deep-sea fish farmsRead the original story

    Saturday Sep 1 | Capital City Weekly

    On Friday afternoon, Tim Gallaudet, acting undersecretary of commerce for oceans and atmosphere, hosted a listening session at the end of a weeklong gathering of National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration experts in Juneau . NOAA is an agency of the Department of Commerce, and Gallaudet is among the figures hosting meetings across the country as part of the process that creates the strategic plan.

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  13. Juneau Democrats divided over Begich campaignRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Aug 31 | Capital City Weekly

    Juneau is normally a Democratic stronghold, but when it comes to this year's race for governor, it is a town divided. With days remaining until the deadline for a candidate to withdraw from a race, dozens of Democratic supporters in Juneau have signed a petition urging their party's candidate, Mark Begich, to withdraw from the race.

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  14. Community effort helps create wigs for those in needRead the original story

    Friday Aug 31 | Capital City Weekly

    Hasselquist, a hairdresser and owner of Knock Out Hair & Nails, has worked with Project Homeless Connect in recent years to give free haircuts to Juneau's homeless population. Long before she was involved with that, though, she learned how important hair can be.

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  15. Appreciating Juneau's EducatorsRead the original story

    Friday Aug 31 | Capital City Weekly

    This summer, the Juneau School District said goodbye to Jennifer Thompson, a 25-year veteran primary teacher and founding member of the Juneau STEM Coalition. As we wish Thompson luck on her next great adventure , we want to take time to celebrate her contribution to our schools and our community and to reflect on her practices as an educator.

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  16. Alaska roadless rule opens for public commentRead the original story

    Thursday Aug 30 | Capital City Weekly

    More timber may soon be harvested on the Tongass National Forest and the U.S. Forest Service wants to know what the public thinks about that. A new rulemaking process for an Alaska specific version of the 2001 Roadless Rule - which prevents timber harvest and the building of roads on 7.4 million acres of roadless lands in Southeast Alaska - is now open for public comment.

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  17. Young readers review their summer readsRead the original story

    Thursday Aug 30 | Capital City Weekly

    Each week throughout the summer, the Juneau Public Libraries, in collaboration with the Friends of the Juneau Public Libraries and local businesses, award young readers various prizes for writing book reviews about their favorite summer reads. Summer Reading has now drawn to a close! Thank you to all the readers who took time to share your thoughts.

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  18. Property taxes due Oct. 1Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Aug 30 | Capital City Weekly

    Property taxes are due Oct. 1, and there's a new option for Juneau property owners to pay those taxes this year. People can set up automatic payment for property taxes and get the amount automatically deducted from their bank accounts on Sept.

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  19. Robert Palmer selected as head municipal attorneyRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Aug 30 | Capital City Weekly

    With a unanimous vote Wednesday, the members of the City and Borough of Juneau Assembly selected Robert Palmer to be the new municipal attorney. Palmer, who has been an assistant municipal attorney for the city since 2014, said in an interview Wednesday that he was honored to be selected.

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  20. Ocean minds tackle Arctic marine traffic bumpRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Aug 30 | Capital City Weekly

    Sea ice in the Arctic is melting earlier in the spring and forming later in the fall, allowing ships more time to navigate ice-free waterways. But the charts and communication meant to keep these vessels safe isn't yet up to speed with an expected increase in vessel traffic, experts said Thursday at the Juneau meeting of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration's Hydrographic Services Review Panel.

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