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Yearly Archives: 2019

Divided they stand

As the legislators walked into the Wasilla Middle School gymnasium to take their seats on Friday morning, the audience stood and cheered. And cheered....

Shadowy group forms to ‘recall governor’

TRUE PURPOSE IS TO MINE THE DATA OF PETITION SIGNERS A group funded by a special interest group called Future North PAC has announced it...

MRAK Almanac: Bear Paw Festival Edition

The MRAK Almanac is your place for political, cultural, and civic events, events where you’ll meet political leaders or, if you are interested in...

Tammie Wilson out as Finance co-chair, leaves caucus

REP. JENNIFER JOHNSTON IS NEW CO-CHAIR Rep. Tammie Wilson, who joined the Democrat-led Majority in February to become the powerful co-chair of House Finance, is...

24 hours: Juneau session attendees look for Hail Mary

With just 24 hours to go to override the governor's vetoes, the two-thirds of the legislature that is in Juneau is trying to figure...

Legislators in Juneau silent on ‘Occupy Wasilla’ takeover

READ SEN. GIESSEL LETTER ON VETOES DESTROYING ECONOMY Legislators in Juneau have been actively explaining themselves to the public and their voters about where they...

Alaska gasline agency downsizing by two thirds

The Alaska Gasline Development Corporation is reducing its staff by two third and refocusing its mission. By August, the agency that had 26 staff...

Fairbanks — a lawsuit filed and a front-page editorial

BUDGET VETOES HAVE THIS TOWN IN A TWIST Fairbanks is a town divided. Some residents support state budget cuts -- which are coming in at...

Video: This is what ‘Save Our State’ looks like to conservatives

IT LOOKS LIKE ANARCHY A videographer and citizen reporter who films under the name Politadick captured the action at Wasilla Middle School, as several police...

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