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Yearly Archives: 2022

Breaking: Judge says Eastman can serve in Legislature

Judge Jack McKenna, in an order released on Friday, says that while the Oath Keepers are an organization the judge believes took concrete action...

Polar Express: Home-alone polar bear cub settles in for the holidays at the Alaska Zoo

One little polar bear that weighs the equivalent of two bags of dog food will be spending Christmas at the Alaska Zoo after losing...

Icy in Seattle creates Christmas travel tangle

It's not a Hallmark Christmas movie at Sea-Tac International Airport today. Travelers trying to get south from Alaska for the holidays are encountering over...

Win Gruening: Juneau Christmas, past and present

By WIN GRUENING Growing up in Juneau in the 50’s and 60’s was a real treat, especially around Christmas. The weather seemed more predictable (even...

Listicle: What are the nation’s 2022 critical minerals?

Frankincense, gold, and myrrh are the season's essentials for a king of king you might meet on your life's journey. As for those high-tech...

Jan. 6 committee issues its final report, warns conservative media they may be investigated

The House Special Committee on the Jan. 6 Attack on the U.S. Capitol released its final report on Thursday. There are no surprises in...

Last-minute gift: Bear viewing raffle tickets for McNeil River State Game Sanctuary

Alaska Department of Fish and Game has a novel idea for a gift for that someone who seems to have everything. You can enter...

Rick Whitbeck: AIDEA needs your vocal support

By RICK WHITBECK | POWER THE FUTURE This state agency is self-sufficient and profitable, returning nearly half a billion dollars in dividends to the State...

Sullivan votes no on $1.7 trillion omnibus spending monster, while Murkowski votes yes

Alaska U.S. Sen. Dan Sullivan voted against the $1.7 trillion omnibus spending bill today, filled with controversial earmarks and gun control measures. Sen. Lisa...

Word police: Stanford wants you to stop saying ‘American’

Stanford University has entered the brave new world of language policing. Only you can't use the word "brave" in this colorful new world. You...

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