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Yearly Archives: 2019

Pushback: Dunleavy speaks against campaign to keep Tongass locked down

GOVERNOR REMINDS DEMOCRATS ABOUT STATE SOVEREIGNTY Anti-timber forces are so bent on keeping Southeast Alaska's economy locked down, they are shaking their fist over a...

Juan Camarena indicted for felon in posession of ammo

LONG LIST OF PRIORS INCLUDE DRUG DEALING Juan Camarena of Wasilla was indicted today with one count of felon in possession of ammunition. Camarena is...

Anchorage budget: 14.5 % increase since 2014

The Anchorage Assembly has passed yet again the largest budget in the city's history. At $540 million, it's 14.5 percent more than the budget...

How much to solve homelessness?

ANCHORAGE DAILY PLANET Anchorage Assemblywoman Meg Zaletel wants to spend about $2.4 million for a new round-the-clock homeless shelter for about 150 in Midtown. The money...

APOC special meeting takes up ‘Interior Voters’ case

The Alaska Public Offices Commission scheduled a special meeting for 2 pm Wednesday, Nov. 20 to update the commissioners on the status of Donna...

Murkowski sees Biden, Klobuchar as working well with Republicans

BUT NOT BERNIE SANDERS OR ELIZABETH WARREN In an article that focuses on the views of moderate Republicans in Congress, Alaska Sen. Lisa Murkowski said...

Ketchikan newspaper embraces tourism, but Juneau media, not so much

TALE OF TWO CITIES AS THEY FACE OPPORTUNITY, CROWDS An editorial in the Ketchikan Daily News says "Bring on the opportunity" for more tourism for...

Sarah, Todd Palin welcome twin grands

Alaska's most famous political couple put their divorce proceedings aside while they welcomed twins into the family on Monday night. Their daughter Willow and...

Stranger danger: Woman assaulted after coming to aid of woman standing in street

The strange case of a woman-on-woman kidnapping and sexual assault had a new twist on Monday evening in Anchorage. As the alleged perpetrator was...

State could surplus several properties around state

Gov. Mike Dunleavy asked department heads in February to investigate options for selling some State-owned properties to help the State save money. In June,...

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