• Crimson Bears Hockey Team Slide Show

      Juneau, Alaska (KINY) - The Juneau-Douglas Kalé hockey team will be resuming holiday play on the road. The Crimson Bears (2-1) travel to Railbelt Conference rivals Homer on Thursday and Friday, and Kenai on Saturday. Their first home series is against Kodiak Dec. 10-11 (7:30 p.m.) at Treadwell Arena. A slideshow from last weeks inter-squad scrimmage is below.

    • Angoon Woman Walks Her Way to a Healthier Life

      Juneau, Alaska (KINY) - Angoon’s Betty Samato likes to walk. A lot. She has traveled on foot more than 7,000 miles in just over a year and much more since the coronavirus pandemic first began spreading through her home community.

    • Tlingit Thumpers, MILK Win Annual Hoops Tournament

      Juneau, Alaska (KINY) - Five team champions were crowned this past weekend in the 12th Annual Preseason 3v3 Tournament at Thunder Mountain High School.

    • Juneau Bears Heading to Vegas Tournament

      Juneau, Alaska (KINY) - The Juneau Bears, the Juneau Youth Football League senior division all-star team, will be competing in the National Youth Football Championships in Las Vegas, Nevada, playing against teams from California and Colorado, on Thursday and Saturday.

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    • Letters of Gratitude in Honor of Dr. Walter Soboleff the Month of November 2021

      Letters of Gratitude in Honor of Dr. Walter Soboleff the Month of November 2021 During the month of November, drop by the City Museum for a free notecard, a free postage stamp, and an insert honoring the late Dr. Walter Soboleff to use for mailing letters of gratitude and encouragement to someone in your life. In 2014, HB217 was signed into law by the 28th Alaska State Legislature, 2nd session, “an act establishing November 14 each year as Dr. Walter Soboleff Day”. Walter Alexander Soboleff (November 14, 1908 – May 22, 2011) was an influential member of the Juneau community and throughout the state of Alaska. Of Tlingit and Russian-German descent, he contributed to many organizations, including serving in all of the offices at Grand Camp ANB, participating in the Juneau Lions Club, teaching Native Cultural Studies at the University of Alaska, Fairbanks, serving in the AK National Guard, and his lifetime avocation as Presbyterian pastor for the Juneau Memorial Church and as a traveling preacher. He spent his life working with people, with the goal of higher education, self-respect, spiritual values, tolerance, and equality. Those who knew him remember his frequent handwritten notes and cards. Through this simple act of recognition and caring, Juneau-Douglas City Museum invites you to send someone a note of encouragement in his honor. As Dr. Soboleff once said, “When you give, feel good about it.” Image: Dr. Walter Soboleff, photograph by Michael Penn, 2010.

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    • Gallery Walk at the City Museum

      For First Friday on December 3rd, 2021, the City Museum will host an opening reception for an exhibit titled, Voices of the Wilderness, Artist-In Residency Retrospective. For this exhibition, the City Museum partnered with the US Forest Service to mount a show featuring artwork by former participants of the Voices of the Wilderness program who spent their residency in the Kootznoowoo Wilderness and the Tracy Arm Ford’s Terror Wilderness in the Tongass National Forest. During the opening reception visitors will be able to meet Smokey Bear, learn about fire safety, and can try their hand at "up close" nature drawing. Kids of all ages can take home free US Forest Service activity books, and learn more about the Tongass Forest from Sean Rielly, a local Forest Service Ranger. During the opening reception there will be no refreshments served and masks must be worn at all times while inside the museum. The Voices of the Wilderness Artist-In-Residency program is sponsored by the US Forest Service, National Park Service, and the US Fish and Wildlife Service. Artists who participate in this program are paired with a wilderness specialist during the months of June, July and August, and are actively engaged in projects which foster both artistic exploration and stewardship of America’s public lands. Voices of the Wilderness will be on display at the City Museum through April 23rd, 2022.

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    • Helping Hands New year Eve Dinner ,Comedy Show, and Concert With The former Ladies of the Supremes

      Juneau! Helping Hands has a spectacular event coming your way this New Year's Eve. Hosted by Cora Black .You do not want to miss out on dinner and show with some of our most hilarious Juneau comedians, Corin Hughes-Skandijs And ,Alicia Hughes -Skandijs. songs performed by the great Sherry Patterson,and Eliza Valentine.Also a performance from your very own Brown Sugar! To top off this amazing night we are so very proud to present the former ladies of the Supremes, Scherrie Payne & Susaye Greene! Tickets for the fundraiser are available on October 31st from select locations! Be the first in line to grab them, tickets will sell out fast! See you there

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