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Yearly Archives: 2019

‘Republicans for Rule of Law’ targeting Sen. Murkowski on impeachment inquiry

PRESSURE WILL BUILD ON ALASKA'S SENIOR SENATOR A conservative group that includes former Weekly Standard editor Bill Kristol has targeted Sen. Lisa Murkowski as part...

Army ditches pixelated pattern on combat uniforms

THE $5 BILLION UNIFORM IS NO MORE The U.S. Army's digital Universal Camouflage Pattern (UCP) uniform is so "last week." Starting Oct. 1, all soldiers are...

Mayor: Expand 1% for arts, and more ‘arts’ definitions

WHAT CIVIL EMERGENCY? The Anchorage "1% for Arts" regulations don't cover nearly enough public works projects, according to Mayor Ethan Berkowitz, who will submit a...

Forrest Dunbar files for Anchorage mayor

As rumored would happen in early October, Anchorage Assembly member Forrest Dunbar has filed for the office of Mayor of Anchorage. The election for...

Anchorage Assembly considers tweaks to bag ban

The Anchorage Assembly's ban on plastic bags will undergo changes if the assembly approves them at its Oct. 8 regular meeting. The bag ban, which...

Trigger alert: A year ago, Brett Kavanaugh joined Supreme Court

NEW CASES INCLUDE LGBTQ, ABORTION, IMMIGRATION Justice Brett Kavanaugh on Sunday completes his first year on the U.S. Supreme Court. His opponents last year launched an...

UAA faculty group says ‘no confidence’ to UA president

Another emergency meeting of the University of Alaska Board of Regents has been called for Monday after the UA Anchorage Faculty Senate voted "no...

Edna DeVries wins mayor’s race in Palmer by three votes

SLIM VICTORY LEADS TO CONSERVATIVE MAJORITY Palmer Mayor Edna DeVries has won reelection by three votes. The results were announced this afternoon and are to...

Rep. Fields denounces Dunleavy, defends AK Hire

 Rep. Zack Fields, co-chair of the Democrat-controlled House State Affairs Committee, blasted Gov. Michael Dunleavy’s "decision to replace Alaskans with outsiders on state-funded projects." The...

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