web-posted Wednesday, January 14, 2015
The first thing I did as the new managing editor of the Capital City Weekly was to get out a detailed map of Southeast Alaska. Despite the name of this publication, we serve more than 30 communities around the region, and though I've lived in Juneau for more than two decades, I was a little hazy on the locations of a few of those places.
web-posted Wednesday, October 22, 2014
ANGOON - Deep inside Admiralty Island National Monument, the distinctive sound of hand tools at work reverberates off the ancient forest. There, on a boggy section of single-track trail outside the tribal community of Angoon, two men are building a bridge that does much more than simply cross 10 yards of boot-eating muck. This unassuming wooden span is connecting generations, cultures and governments, showing a shared path forward for the Tongass National Forest and Southeast Alaska communities.
web-posted Wednesday, October 1, 2014
It's tough being the middle child.
web-posted Wednesday, October 1, 2014
When Joanna and Andrew Fairchild decided to purchase the business that would become Juneau Pizza, they thought of their children. Their oldest child was a few years old, and they were having problems finding daycare.