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3:05 p.m. “Think about being handed almost a $14,000 bill every month,” said Brien Daugherty, who said he wished to appeal to the committee’s humanity.… Continue reading
Open for business.
It’s all coming together.
“The record goes out the window when you start looking at conference play.”
He’s heard his fair share about the act.
Facts and figures related to oil tax reform.
He’s probably worked with someone you love.
Threes and D set the tone.
Legislative session starts with split votes and objections.
The governor will likely address the Legislature Monday.
Gov. Dunleavy appointed him today.
It wasn’t only political protest.
Not your normal movie fare.
He wore a mask.
Past Crimson Bear helps coach three-time state champs.
Finished product will help guide next 20 years.
Who cares? They do.
A power outage briefly left areas around Juneau without power Thursday morning.
Capital City Weekly news briefs for the week of Jan. 16, 2020.
Weather cited as the cause.