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Trump stumps in Alaska
Former president praises Alaska’s people, places and trio of favored politicians at Anchorage rally.
Random bits of weirdness from a weekend at the Trump rally in Anchorage
A yuge collection.
Entering the political arena
MAGA rally faithful—and Trump —come to Alaska.
Top of the line: Former NFL DT helps youths work on their game
He’s conducting a camp for middle and elementary school students from Monday to Thursday.
Quiet before the red storm
Arena for Donald Trump rally mostly tranquil, but buzz building 24 hours before speakers take stage
Dunleavy, Begich, Murkowski remain favorites in new poll
Ranked-choice voting could shake up U.S. House race, as Peltola has slim edge against Palin
Still time to trip out for Trump
Plenty of flights and rooms available for weekend rally in Anchorage — but much local interest?
Petition to repeal city ordinance OK’d; Assembly has until Aug. 1 to repeal rule to nix election vote
“We needed 107. We turned in about 550.”
Juneau, the state of the union is festive
Melting pot of states, cultures and colors join in healthy unity for July 4 parade in unique times.
Spirit of America: Mother and son arrive as Juneau’s first Ukrainian refugees after four-month journey
“It’s just so beautiful.”
New state department gets new commissioner
Kim Kovol, a longtime social services worker, will head the Dept. of Family and Community Services
Board takes steps toward probe of ‘milk’ incident
There is debate about whether local or national experts are preferred for investigation.
First marijuana dispensary in Douglas clears early hurdle
Proposed shop approved by Planning Commission despite opposition from neighbors
Glory Hall’s housing hopes survive
Plan turning downtown homeless shelter into apartments gets 2nd reprieve from Planning Commission
Americana exceptionalism: Perseverance Theatre founder Molly Smith to retire from Arena Stage in Washington, D.C.
Perseverance Theatre founder Molly Smith retiring at Arena Stage after 25 years in Washington, D.C.
Initial ‘shopping list’ for 1% sales tax extension drafted
Building maintenance, affordable housing and child care top proposals.
Gov. Dunleavy signs budget
PFD of about $3,200, $400 million in vetoes to Legislature-approved items among declared highlights
Food tax exemption to get a survey instead of a vote
Advisory vote during fall election nixed by Assembly members, who say poll will provide better data
Little sign of big change for DHSS
No commissioner at new department, other Dept. of Health and Social Services changes may take months
Historic organ is in need of tuneup
How much it will cost and who will do it remain up in the air.