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Monthly Archives: June, 2019

Critical analysis: Will politicians have a spine?

By ART CHANCE SENIOR CONTRIBUTOR I became something of a disciple of Carl von Clausewitz in my early days with State Labor Relations in the 1980s....

UAA, UAF hockey teams left out of new hockey conference

Seven schools that are members of the Western Collegiate Hockey Association announced Friday they are forming a new NCAA Division I college mens hockey...

What Donald Trump said to Kim Jon Un

Read the White House transcript of the dialogue between President Donald Trump and Chairman Kim Jon Un, as Trump became the first sitting president...

Alaska life hack: Smoke gets in your eye edition

It might not be the day to run a marathon in Southcentral or Interior Alaska. The smoke is thick, and about to get worse. One...

Shovel Creek fire forces evacuations near Fairbanks

HOMES IN DANGER IN TWO SUBDIVISIONS Residents of two subdivisions near the Shovel Creek Fire northwest of Fairbanks were advised to evacuate just after midnight...

Attorney General Barr: $10.5 million to help lawless villages

DOJ SENDING EMERGENCY FUNDS TO SUPPORT LAW ENFORCEMENT Fresh off of his trip to rural Alaska, U.S. Attorney General William P. Barr on Friday declared...

Alaska life hack: Washington state changes sales tax exemption rules for Alaskans

Starting Monday, Alaskans shopping in Washington state won't enjoy the easy sales tax break they have gotten for 54 years. Instead, under a new...

Trump finishes trade truce, flying back through Anchorage

President Donald Trump, fresh off of a negotiation of a trade war truce with China, will head back through Alaska on his way to...

Marilyn Stewart is new leader of Human Right Commission

Marilyn Stewart is the newly appointed executive director of the Alaska Commission on Human Rights. The decision was made by the all-volunteer board of...

A ‘devastated’ University of Alaska?

UNIVERSITY PRESIDENT SHOULD RISE TO THE OCCASION By TOM WILLIAMS SENIOR CONTRIBUTOR I read with interest the response to the Governor Dunleavy’s substantial veto of the University...

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