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Ferry workers strike, and the state strikes back
As the Alaska Legislature continued meeting this week in Juneau at Gov. Mike Dunleavy’s direction to consider funding a capital budget and an Alaska Permanent… Continue reading
ANCHORAGE — At least 14 cities in Alaska have employed police officers whose criminal records should have prevented them from being hired under state law,… Continue reading
If you want to smoke, take it outside.
I have a house full of peonies. They have popped so much earlier this year than normal that the peony growers have been scrambling to… Continue reading
ANCHORAGE — The University of Alaska Board of Regents decided Monday they could no longer wait to see if the Alaska Legislature will bail them… Continue reading
A charge against a tractor launch operation for disturbance of natural objects on Alaska State Park land at the Anchor Point beach has thrown into… Continue reading
A single case of measles in Soldotna was confirmed by Alaska’s Department of Health and Social Services last Tuesday, July 16, according to an announcement… Continue reading
A Maryland man is dead and his child is in critical condition
The fire is approximately 102,027 acres.
Editor’s note: This article has been updated to correct the spelling of Joseph Patanella’s last name, which was previously spelled wrong in an Alaska State… Continue reading
An Anchorage woman has been arrested for allegedly shooting a man in the Anchor Point area earlier this week, according to Alaska State Troopers. The… Continue reading
Without enough lawmakers in Juneau, legislators look to next steps
Both sides traded barbs.
Two years ago, Cook Inletkeeper Science Director Sue Mauger wrote a paper looking ahead at what Cook Inlet salmon streams might look like with climate… Continue reading
A lot has changed about farming since the Homer Farmers Market opened up 20 years ago. One of the biggest differences is how farmers learn… Continue reading
It will be her second bid trying to unseat Don Young.
The University of Alaska of the future will not look like it does now.
She left voluntarily.
Faint hopes turns into grim planning.