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Monthly Archives: June, 2017

Ivan Moore survey asks about Begich, Binkley, and another Begich

Readers are describing to Must Read Alaska details of a survey they participated in by phone during recent days. The 25-plus minute survey covered a wide range of...

Senate majority: Let’s end cash credits Saturday

The Senate Republican-led majority has a proposal to end the cash credits paid by the State of Alaska to the smaller oil explorers on the North Slope. And...

Furlough Monday: Commerce department closes

There will be no government-wide shutdown, due to the Legislature passing an operating budget this month. But on Monday, July 3, the Alaska Department of...

Death watch for the Dispatch?

Few who read this web site really want to see Anchorage without a daily newspaper. No, really, you don't. Great cities deserve great newspapers. And Anchorage has...

King Cove road legislation clears committee

A land swap giving the federal government 43,000 acres of State land, and the people of King Cove access to a life-saving airport at...

Donna Walker, gasline consultant to the Chinese?

According to Press Release 17-103, Alaska's First Lady Donna Walker, and her daughter and daughter-in-law have successfully returned from a junket to China, paid for...

Sarah Palin puts NY Times in legal crosshairs

Former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin has made the mainstream media boatloads of money as they covered her relentlessly over the years, usually in unflattering terms. Now, she...

Senate takes a deep breath on health care bill

The U.S. Senate has postponed a vote on its health insurance reform bill until after the July 4th holiday. There were just too few...

Delegation: Zinke issues first permit for King Cove Road

After years of begging the Obama Administration to allow a road to be built from King Cove to the Cold Bay airport, the people...

Another lawsuit for the Alaska Dispatch News

By CRAIG MEDRED CRAIGMEDRED.NEWS Just when you think things can’t get much worse for Alaska’s largest newspaper in these tough times for the news business, things...

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