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Yearly Archives: 2019

Video: Sen. Sullivan takes Alaskans on tour of war memorials for Veterans Day

Sen. Dan Sullivan goes from memorial to memorial in Washington, D.C., on a nighttime tour of the history of how America's veterans have been...

By the numbers: 20 percent of all registered Democrats signed the recall petition

Although just 14 percent of voters in Alaska are registered Democrats, fully 32 percent of the 49,000 Alaskans who signed the initial Recall Dunleavy...

REI store emerges as epicenter for initiatives

For $1 a signature, seasonal work for petition pushers is in full swing at the one location in Anchorage, where the autograph hunting is...

Video: Sen. Sullivan blasts Democrats over defense filibuster, Green New Deal

Sen. Dan Sullivan blasted Democrats on the floor of the Senate for filibustering defense spending and putting national security in peril “Since I've been in...

Grace Jang heads to DC to work for Murkowski

The former communication director for Gov. Bill Walker has a new gig and a new scene: Grace Jang starts next week as the communications...

Saturday: Congressman Young meets AMAC seniors

Congressman Don Young will be the featured guest at the Saturday meeting of the Association of Mature American Citizens, Saturday, Nov. 9, at 11...

Veterans Day events around Alaska this weekend

Friday, Saturday, Nov. 8-9: Military Care Package event at local Harley dealers. Last days to drop off donations. Saturday, Nov. 9, 9:30 am: Veterans Day...

Time for elected sheriffs? A long-term solution

By LARRY WOOD Gov. Michael Dunleavy has started his comprehensive public safety plan by putting an end to the insanity that was SB91.  However, the...

Judge rules legislature can appropriate future funds

DOESN'T BUY DUNLEAVY 'FUNDS NOT IN HAND' ARGUMENT An Alaska Superior Court judge has upheld the Legislature's right to appropriate future unknown funds for programs...

Lawsuit filed in Homer over residency of council member

QUESTION: DID STORM HANSEN-CAVASOS LIVE INSIDE CITY LIMITS? Former Homer City Council member Tom Stroozas has filed a formal election contest with Anchorage Superior Court...

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