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Outgoing Rorie Watt is expected to leave his post this fall.
The circumstances of the blaze make it unlikely to be an accident, fire marshal says
“We have no real power to stop what’s going on — even if we fight it seems to happen anyways.”
The House passed the bill unanimously Saturday afternoon.
Millions OK’d in the process.
Alcohol appeared to be a factor, according to police.
A current proposal suggests six weeks of leaves for municipal parents.
Bill allowing up to 2 years of involuntary commitment in psychiatric facilities advances in Legislature
Senate passed the bill 14-6 on Monday, House heard testimony on Wednesday.
The 30-minute delay will allow for teacher’s to meet together for professional development.
Construction at the park will begin Wednesday and last through August, city officials say.
The increasingly popular way to ride is currently undefined in state law.
Assembly OKs revised revenue agreement with Goldbelt, construction expected next summer
The proposal was orginally rejected in late April.
Friday marked the end of over a year of drawn-out negotiations
The move goes into effect immediately, according to the tribe’s president.
Indigenous students were honored in annual Native Graduation Celebration.
Hundreds flocked to Elizabeth Peratrovich Plaza on the Saturday afternoon.
“Ingenious” Indigenous art creates a Gore-Tex like material for raincoats and more.
“We want answers — our families deserve answers on what happened to our people.”
The bill advances as recent national data shows declining test scores on the topic.