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His sign lists five main priorities.
Many of the nine defendants have taken the same deal.
The atmosphere was electric at the ribbon-cutting ceremony.
She’s a UAS graduate.
The bridges should be installed by next week.
The car had been locked away.
They’ve spent years preparing for low salmon harvests.
A couple votes in particular were heated.
Most respondents were from Anchorage or the Mat-Su Valley.
It was a loud, messy day Tuesday.
There’s still a long time left in the budget process.
It’s a mix of new faces and familiar ones.
The federal government might help out.
The full-year statistics are in.
She said reports of her past have been “incredibly distorted.”
They dive into the process next week.
People of all ages were fired up.
We look ahead by looking back.
Local climbers save the day.
Her family last saw her Feb. 14.