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Commentary: Dunleavy unwilling to speak to Alaska commercial harvesters -The Cordova Times
I understand Dunleavy’s campaign manager, Brett Huber, is an opponent of commercial fishing in Cook Inlet, and the former director of the Kenai River Sports Fishing Association. It can’t be coincidence that Dunleavy is unwilling to speak to Alaska’s commercial fishermen.
Two Alaska soldiers found dead in their homes in separate incidents
A U.S. Army Soldier with the 539th Composite Truck Company from Fort Wainwright, Alaska, directs Spc. Adam Wells, a heavy transportation operator with the 539th CTC, as he drives onto an M915A5 Line-Haul Tractor Truck at Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson, Alaska, August 3, 2016. The M915A5 can travel
New Alaska state driver's licenses are out; here's what they look like and what they do
"They're very secure and less likely to be fraudulently copied," said Marla Thompson, director of the Alaska DMV.
Majors quietly move into eastern Alaska
This "Border Fault" apparently does exist. It is not, however, a major geological structure separating Canada's westernmost territory from the northernmost of the United States. Instead, it is more of socioeconomic divide between one of the top mining nations on the planet and a country that has don
Two trans women have already won election in Alaska
During the state’s municipal elections, held in October, Liz Lyke and Kathy Ottersten won in their respective races. Lyke to the North Star Borough assembly in Fairbanks, while Ottersten was elected to the Fairbanks city council.
7 Things You Need to Know Before Flying Alaska Airlines' New Basic Economy
There are still plenty of restrictions, but for some fliers the restrictions might be palatable considering the savings. And it won’t limit your award mile earning rate, which is great given howuseful Alaska Airlines miles are for booking partner award flights!
Soldier from central Pa. dies in Alaska barracks shooting
ANCHORAGE, Alaska (AP) —Army officials in Alaskasay a 21-year-old soldier from Dauphin County died of a gunshot in his barracks.Spc. Mason Guckavan died Oct. 26 at Fort Wainwright in Fairbanks. The death was announced Thursday.The Army’s Criminal Investigation Command is investigating. The Army says
Poll: Democrat has a razor-thin lead in contest for Alaska's at-large congressional district
The Alaska Survey Research poll found that 49 percent of the respondents said they support Galvin, compared with 48 percent who said they support Young. Meanwhile, 3 percent said they are not sure which candidate they support.
Minor earthquake: M3.2 quake has struck near Sand Point in Alaska
A minor earthquake with magnitude 3.2 (ml/mb) was reported 101 km NW of Sand Point, Alaska (63 miles) on Saturday. The temblor was picked up at 08:07:44 / 8:07 am (local time epicenter). Exact location, longitude -161.4679° West, latitude 56.0642° North, depth = 201.52 km. Event ids that are associa
Dunleavy’s $6,700 dividend is a step toward Alaska’s financial ruin
I write about Dunleavy's plan at this late date, only a week before the gubernatorial election, because anarticle in the Anchorage Daily Newsfinally made his ideas clear over the weekend. On Monday and Tuesday I gathered numbers about the impact on the Alaska Permanent Fund.
Alaska fugitive charged with 2nd degree murder, assault | Newstalk 750 - 103.7 KFQD
By RACHEL D’OROAssociated PressANCHORAGE, Alaska (AP) – Officials say a man sought by police in Alaska fatally shot one person and injured two others after they kicked him out of a home during a party to celebrate his 27th birthdayAsiagin Dana Ahmaogak is charged in a criminal complaint with second-
Gemalto to Upgrade Alaska Driver's License Security - Mobile ID World
Alaska’s new driver’s license will also feature Multiple Laser Images technology, which involves the engraving of images, symbols, and numbers whose visibility changes depending on the angle at which the license is held.
New Ocean Invader Spotted in Alaska
Alaska Sea Grant’s Gary Freitag,Marine Advisoryagent in Ketchikan, is a member of the scientific team that discoveredBugula neritina, an invertebrate filter feeder also referred to as a branching bryozoan. These tiny organisms form colonies and are sometimes called moss animals or sea lace.
Alaska to Florida runner makes a stop in Sebring
His latest running effort, of 5,000 miles plus, is dubbed “Ke2Key.” He started Aug. 1 in Kenai, Alaska.
Alaska Forestry Association endorses Dunleavy - Must Read Alaska
Dunleavy came to Alaska on the Alaska Marine Highway ferry Columbia, landed in Ketchikan, and headed to Prince of Wales Island to work at the Gildersleeve Logging Camp. From there he headed north to teach in Koyuk, a rural community in the Arctic.
Pete Kostelnick funning from Alaska to Florida - arrives in Clewiston Wednesday late afternoon - The Clewiston News
Today he ran to the Avon Park area, and on Wednesday he’ll run to Clewiston, arriving in late afternoon.
Fill ‘Er Up: How This Family Business Delivers Water to Homes in Alaska
But how long do you take to rinse off a dish with baked-on lasagna? How much water does your prize-winning vegetable garden need? Does your shower end up running longer than necessary because you got caught up in your “American Idol” audition fantasy?
Alaska woman found dead in pretrial facility after spending just 3 days in jail
Nancy G. Analoak, 47, was found unresponsive, according to a release issued by the Alaska Department of Corrections. A facility nurse found her in her cell at Hiland Mountain Correctional Center just before noon on Oct. 28.
Alaska issues first air quality alert for North Pole area
FAIRBANKS, Alaska (AP) — Alaska has issued its first air quality alert for the North Pole area after the role was stripped from the borough earlier this month.The Fairbanks Daily News-Minerreportsthe alert from the state Department of Environmental Conservation states that air quality in the North P
State of security: Alaska | SC Media
Maurice Turner, of the Center for Democracy & Technology, noted in his testimony in May 2018 before the Alaska House State Affairs Committee that overall the state does a good job of staying out ahead of threats, but it does face some unique challenges. Digital and physical communications between mu