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Yearly Archives: 2019

Uber, Lyft fees to soar at Anchorage airport

(2-minute read) COMMENT PERIOD ENDS JAN 31 Independent ride-sharing drivers may have to charge their riders $2.50 more to be picked up and dropped off...

Should this murderer go free? Help Parole Board decide

(1-minute read) DEADLINE APPROACHES FOR COMMENT The Alaska Parole Board has heard from more than 220 Alaskans about the pending parole hearing for killer Jonathan...

Don Young is ‘in’ for 2020

(2-minute read) LONGTIME CAMPAIGN MANAGER RETIRES, NEW TEAM FORMING Congressman Don Young will be a candidate for U.S. House again in 2020. His State Director Chad Padgett...

Dunleavy announces dozens of board, commission appointments

(2-minute read) CHANGES 5 OF 7 ON BOARD OF NURSING Gov. Michael Dunleavy announced 44 appointments to State boards and commissions. He replaced five of...

Are Juneau officials misleading public about cruise industry lawsuit?

By WIN GRUENING SENIOR CONTRIBUTOR There was a great deal of speculation about how City and Borough of Juneau officials would react to Federal Judge H....

Marilyn Stewart accepts position with Dunleavy

(1-minute read) KNOWN AS LISTENER, COMMUNICATOR A former candidate for House District 21 is now the deputy director for community relations for Gov. Michael Dunleavy....

Breaking: Two appointees out: Quick and Chance

QUICK QUIT, AND CHANCE TURNED DOWN APPOINTMENT Two appointees of the new Dunleavy Administration have withdrawn from their appointments. John Quick, the Department of Administration commissioner,...

Ninth Army Band to headline inaugural ball

The 9th Army "Arctic Warrior" Band based at Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson has been secured by the Alaska Inaugural Ball Committee as the entertainment for...

From Hollywood to Huffington Post: They lied about Covington student

THE ANCHORAGE DAILY PLANET It was all a lie, a lie that leftist celebrities, talking heads and the news media eagerly bought into hook, line...

Admin Commissioner work history challenged

BUT THERE'S PLENTY OF DOCUMENTATION TO BACK UP HIS CLAIM (Note: This story is updated with a letter that Commissioner John Quick has sent to...

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