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Yearly Archives: 2018

Vitamin D: House minority challenges $500K study

LIBERAL MAJORITY WINS ANOTHER ROUND During the House floor discussion and debate over the operating budget on Wednesday, House Minority Leader Charisse Millett of Anchorage rose...

Groups forming to back candidates, causes

A host of new campaign influence groups have formed in recent weeks to push the candidates and causes they care about. Those organized and...

Kito to call it quits

APPOINTED BY PARNELL in 2014, HE WAS A RELIABLE DEMOCRAT VOTE Rep. Sam Kito III, who represents the most liberal district in Alaska -- House...

Services set for April Hackney

A celebration of life for April Hackney will take place Saturday, March 24, from 4-6 pm at the home of Gov. Bill Sheffield, 3125...

Chapter 7: Rogoff now says Dispatch owes her up to $23 million

The owner of the Alaska Dispatch News -- now defunct -- has filed yet another bankruptcy claim against the entity of which she was the sole...

Groups band together to oppose Board of Fisheries nominee

Gov. Bill Walker's nomination of a Kodiak resident to the Board of Fisheries has hit a strong tide of opposition. A letter to Alaska legislators...

Trigger happy

WHAT'S WRONG WITH THIS PICTURE? The annual legislative shoot took place in Juneau on Saturday. The winning team was, once again, led by Sen. Peter...

Should a murderer go free? Help the parole board decide

(Editor's Note: This is a guest column penned by the granddaughter and great niece of three murder victims in one of Anchorage's most notorious violent...

At the mercy of bureaucrats

By ART CHANCE SENIOR CONTRIBUTOR I rarely write about anything but State matters, but I was a federal employee for awhile, and I know my...

Power play, Begich style

THE PRICE OF OWNERSHIP The most powerful political figure in Alaska between now and June 1 is ... Mark Begich. That would make Gov. Bill Walker...

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