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Monthly Archives: October, 2021

Letter: Alaska businesses cannot afford the PRO Act

After the past year and a half, Congress should be working overtime to support and strengthen local businesses like mine (Roundtable Pizza). Instead, some...

Flight taking legislators to Juneau for Special Session turns back due to malfunction

It could be just a malfunction or it could be foreshadowing of more legislative delays: An Alaska Airlines flight carrying several legislators to Juneau...

Providence has full slate of elective surgeries on the calendar for today

A medical doctor in Anchorage has provided Must Read Alaska with the list of surgeries scheduled for today at Providence Alaska Medical Center in...

Who will be running Alaska’s cities and boroughs? Voters decide Tuesday

Organized communities around Alaska hold local elections on Tuesday, Oct. 5. The exceptions are Anchorage and the Mat-Su Borough -- Anchorage votes in April,...

Former supporter of eco-terrorism, Tracy Stone-Manning, confirmed to run BLM

Elections have consequences. On Thursday, the Biden Administration got its pick of Tracy Stone-Manning for the director of the Bureau of Land Management at the...

Rick Whitbeck: Governor Dunleavy is a champion for Alaska’s energy

By RICK WHITBECK Serving as a state’s governor is never a walk in the park under the best of circumstances, let alone recent years.  Economic unease,...

Rep. Zack Fields demands Mark Zuckerberg shadow ban Must Read Alaska from Facebook

Rep. Zack Fields, a Democrat legislator who represents downtown Anchorage, has written to the CEO of Facebook and blamed him for the increase of...

Some Anchorage doctors dispute New York Times story on Alaska’s Covid crisis

The New York Times says doctors in Alaska are now having to make a choice about who lives and who dies. In a front-page...

Jab or no job VII: Bethel police officer faces termination for not accepting injection

This is the seventh in a series of stories of people losing their jobs because they have declined to take the required Covid-19 vaccination....

Daniel Smith: An optimist hopes Anchorage Assembly will vote down mask decree

By DANIEL SMITH I like to think I am an optimist. Based on the overwhelming testimony I have heard against the proposed Anchorage Assembly ordinance...

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