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Monthly Archives: December, 2021

Family Partnership Charter School wins 10-year renewal from Anchorage School Board

After the Anchorage School Board had earlier postponed action on the recharter application by Family Partnership Charter School, the homeschool, parent-driven, student-centered charter school...

Canadian man charged in ransomware attack on Alaska state computer

A federal indictment unsealed Tuesday in Alaska charges a Canadian man with committing cyberattacks on a health-related computer owned by the State of Alaska....

Dave Donley kicks off campaign for school board reelection with Gwennie’s fundraiser

The lone conservative on the Anchorage School Board has started his reelection campaign. Dave Donley will welcome supporters at Gwennie's Old Alaska Restaurant in...

Anchorage Assembly votes to end mask mandate early

The Anchorage Assembly voted unanimously on Tuesday to end the mask mandate emergency ordinance in Anchorage at midnight. Assemblywoman Meg Zaletel declared victory, saying the...

Bronson names Michael Kerle as police chief

Anchorage Mayor Dave Bronson today named Michael Kerle as Anchorage’s next Chief of Police. “Deputy Chief Kerle’s qualifications, career experience, and dedication to APD speaks for...

Michael Tavoliero: Our entire delegation needs to go

By MICHAEL TAVOLIERO Our Alaska congressional delegation -- Sens. Lisa Murkowski, Dan Sullivan, and Congressman Don Young -- are DC sell-outs and should be retired...

Cliff Groh, Democrat, files for House for new District 23 – Government Hill, Eagle River

Cliff Groh, longtime political commentator, has filed a letter of intent with the Alaska Public Offices Commission to run for what is the new...

ADN race-baits over resignation of Anchorage Police Chief McCoy

The Anchorage Daily News calls the resignation of Anchorage Police Chief Ken McCoy "abrupt," even though the chief announced he will be staying on...

NASA chooses Wasilla drilling engineer for 2021 class of astronaut candidates

NASA has chosen 10 new astronaut candidates from a field of more than 12,000 applicants to represent the United States. One of them is...

Haines students still masked, even though Covid case count is zero for past 14 days

The Haines School District in Haines is still mandating masks universally for students, staff, and visitors in the schools. This, in spite of the...

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