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Monthly Archives: October, 2021

Biden ignores deadline to appeal decision blocking ConocoPhillips’ Willow project

ConocoPhillips' Willow Project and the Alaska economy in general was dealt a blow by the Biden Administration on Monday, when Biden refused to appeal...

Former equity officer publishes statement with image depicting KKK firing him

Clifford Armstrong III, hired as Anchorage's first chief equity officer by former Acting Mayor Austin Quinn-Davidson, posted a cartoon on social media that appears...

Loren Leman: H.R. 4 and S. 1 — federal takeover of elections — would be bad

By LOREN LEMAN AND KEN CUCCINELLI Legislation the U.S. House has passed and the Senate is considering would override Alaska’s election laws, abolish voter I.D. and other...

Alaska’s Covid daily count drops to 507

The number of Covid-19 cases in Alaska continues to be high, but not as high as it was three weeks ago. The number of...

Alaska Chip Company makes the cut at America’s Test Kitchen for top BBQ chips

America’s Test Kitchen went on a mission to find the best BBQ chips in the country, with writer and food critic Kevin Pang polling...

127 Washington State Patrol workers — nearly 6 percent of agency — fired over refusal of Inslee vaccine mandate

127 Washington State Patrol employees have been fired following the state of Washington Gov. Jay Inslee’s vaccine mandate. Washington State Patrol announced Tuesday morning...

Jon Faulkner: Why you should fight for your Permanent Fund dividend

By JON FAULKNER We have reached a tipping point where our rights as free people -- rights deemed to be sovereign and beyond the reach...

School board member wants Anchorage School Board to condemn national group due to its stance on ‘parents as terrorists’

The National School Boards Association is a federation of state associations of school boards across the United States. Almost all school boards across the...

Anchorage school board approves Covid mitigation and mask plan, rejects adopting Mat-Su or Kenai school mask policies

At the Oct. 5 Anchorage School Board meeting, board member Dave Donley tried several times to amend the Covid-19 mitigation plan that was being...

University President Pitney won’t mandate Covid vaccines at this time for UAF

Interim University of Alaska President Pat Pitney announced today that the University of Alaska Fairbanks will not be mandating vaccines for Covid-19 among faculty,...

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