Dan Sullivan

Ballot counts change numbers, but not results

Veterans Day may have been a holiday for some, but not for state Elections workers, who continued to count early and absentee ballots cast in… Continue reading

 

Same name leads to confusion

We are confused out east. Aargh. Sarah, we need help. Will the real Dan Sullivan please stand up? It’s another Lindauer riding the coattails of… Continue reading

 

Lt. governor candidates talk in Kenai

The three candidates running for lieutenant governor of Alaska outlined their platforms Tuesday during a public forum at the Kenai Visitor and Cultural Center. Andrew… Continue reading

 

Sullivan: Campaign based on optimisim

Less than a week after one of his primary opponents, Joe Miller, spoke in Homer for Father’s Day, last Thursday Dan Sullivan visited town for… Continue reading

Anchorage Assembly sets labor law vote for Nov. 4

ANCHORAGE (AP) — The Anchorage Assembly has set a vote on a city labor law for November. The vote will determine whether a law will… Continue reading

Balash named acting DNR commissioner

ANCHORAGE — Joe Balash has been named as the acting commissioner of the Alaska Department of Natural Resources. Gov. Sean Parnell announced the appointment in… Continue reading

Anchorage mayor considers sales tax

ANCHORAGE (AP) — Anchorage residents soon might be hearing the phrase “plus tax.” The Anchorage Daily News reports Mayor Dan Sullivan is considering a sales… Continue reading

Anchorage considers another run at Olympics

Winter sports have an undeniable tourism draw for Alaska, but a recent effort in Anchorage could increase that economic impact several times over. In June,… Continue reading

Lawmakers examine Cook Inlet gas supplies

Issues with Cook Inlet gas production and looming shortages predicted by utilities received top billing in the opening days of the Alaska Legislature. But some… Continue reading

Parnell: Gas imports are ‘last resort’

Where Southcentral will get its energy in the near future was up for debate between the Anchorage mayor and the governor at the Resource Development… Continue reading

Conservation drill cuts load by about 1.5 percent

Officials from regional governments and utilities estimated an across-the-board energy load reduction of 1.5 percent on Oct. 30, between 6-8 p.m., during the fourth Energy… Continue reading

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