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No mandatory masks or COVID-19 tests for new school year
Bridget Weiss, Alaska’s 2022 Superintendent of the Year, to preside over Juneau schools until 2025.
Palin a strong favorite and Peltola a 7-1 longshot, which differs from polls.
Confusion about unique ballot impairs otherwise lively vote next week.
A few contenders planning Juneau and Southeast Alaska stops before Tuesday’s primary/special election
Reactions by Trump backers — and lack thereof by opponents — mirror national furor
Rain and numbing cold add extra challenge to inaugural race in Juneau, but warmth from locals shines
Part 1 in a three-part series.
Random bits of weirdness from a town with two phone booths and no bathhouse committee applicants
Part three of a three-part series.
Part 2 in a three-part series
Owner wants Juneau Assembly, not courts, to resolve dispute about property values.
Mary Peltola, Nick Begich III and Sarah Palin make cases before Aug. 16 special election
$1.5M from a business tycoon, $50 from a retiree, $8 from Planned Parenthood – what’s the reward?
Pilot program allowing Alaska Native compact schools adds heft to ceremony.
Federal funds, COVID-19 issues means improvements rather than privatization, commissioner says.
Dunleavy to sign bill Thursday; advocates say it advances cooperative relations.
David Keith, an Oklahoma hospital executive with experience in Alaska, is board’s unanimous pick
Post office closure, absence of fire and other emergency staff, among short- and long-term hardships
Morning Consult survey says Alaska incumbent’s popularity rising more than almost any other senator