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Monthly Archives: June, 2018

Walker to Army Corps of Engineers: Stop Pebble now

GOVERNOR WANTS FEDS TO ABORT ENVIRONMENTAL REVIEW OF MINE No sooner had the Friday deadline passed to help determine the range of an environmental impact...

Kenai sport fishing group urges catch-and-release kings

GROUP URGES CONSERVATIVE APPROACH The Kenai River Sportfishing Association has asked Fish and Game Commissioner Sam Cotten to restrict in-river fishing for late-run king salmon to...

Quote of the day: Planned Parenthood fights for those ‘ripped from their families’?

Planned Parenthood of the Pacific Northwest is used to getting up in your business, but is now planning to get you involved in their...

Public Safety publishes drug seizure numbers

NEW DATA TO BE RELEASED THIRD WEEK OF EACH MONTH The Alaska Department of Public Safety has developed a set of dashboards to inform Alaskans...

It’s official: Tara Sweeney heads BIA

The entire U.S. Senate confirmed Alaskan Tara Sweeney as the assistant Interior Secretary for Indian Affairs on Thursday. That means an Alaskan from Anchorage...

State security breach put public assistance info at risk

The Alaska Department of Health and Social Services announced today that another Russia-originating breach had taken place on a state computer that has likely...

Dunleavy campaign signs go ‘beast mode’ for JBER Air Show

ARCTIC THUNDER BRINGS OUT THE NEXT DUNLEAVY SIGN Must Read Alaska has snapped a "stealth" photo of the latest Dunleavy for Alaska sign. It's a limited...

Gov. Walker ‘sorely’ disappointed in workers’ rights decision

STANDS AGAINST WORKERS' FIRST AMENDMENT RIGHTS The U.S. Supreme Court said its decision on Janus vs. AFSCME was about workers being entitled to their free...

Revak campaign support group headed by provocateur, entertainer

Photo from Landfield Facebook page. Political provocateur, entertainer, and oil services company employee Jeff Landfield is heading up a third-party, "independent expenditure" group to defeat...

Poll says Walker is ‘significantly behind’ Begich, Dunleavy

CORRECTIONS OFFICERS' UNION IS GETTING BACK AT GOVERNOR? A recent statewide survey commissioned by the Alaska Correctional Officers Association shows Gov. Bill Walker in third...

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