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Yearly Archives: 2018

Demand for oil and gas isn’t going away any time soon

By SEN. CATHY GIESSEL When the environmental lawsuit industry is hopping mad about something, chances are news is good. Last week's news is a perfect...

Wasilla bans plastic bags, and Rep. Josephson wants to tax the rest

The Wasilla City Council on Monday voted to ban single-use plastic bags. That is, the council banned them from being issued by stores inside...

State health report on climate change: 70 pages of bad news

The State of Alaska's Department of Health and Social Services has issued a major report on the expected adverse health impacts of climate change...

Grand Theft Anchorage

Kennedy Tali has been busy moving cars around Anchorage. And getting caught. Last September, Anchorage Police received a report of men rummaging through a 2006...

Cole Memo: Why Jeff Sessions is right on marijuana enforcement

THE COLE MEMO IS SWAMP LAW U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions last week rescinded what is known as the "Cole Memo," which states the federal...

Dunleavy resigning to focus on campaign

Sen. Mike Dunleavy is stepping down from the Alaska Senate so he can focus on his race for governor. He covered his district from Glennallen...

Who will Democrats pick? District 40 candidates for House

Nine applicants for the District 40 House seat include four women and four men. Eight of them are under consideration, as the ninth applicant...

Four victories, common purpose, one great year ahead

By SEN. DAN SULLIVAN As Alaskans, there's no doubt that we face significant challenges, including high crime rates, especially domestic violence and sexual assault, thousands...

King Cove Road land swap is a ‘go’

The Washington Post reports today that a land swap will be signed this month to allow a one-lane gravel road to be built between...

Police arrest 10, including notorious Kirlin brothers

What a haul. Anchorage Police Department's new Investigative Support Unit arrested 10 people over a 24-hour period last week. The arrests started at about 6:45 pm...

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