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$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
Not OK to replace core services.
Alaska incumbent one of two announcing Monday they have virus
David Keith meets folks for the last in a series of three.
Fred Meyer still has Juneau’s cheapest groceries, with the three other stores about even.
Problems at Mendenhall Valley Wastewater Treatment Plant now blamed on abnormally high precipitation
White House touts a recently launched “one-stop” website to make signing up easier.
Colorful autumn lineup features a rock string trio and an opera/burlesque mastro
Eliminating individual donation limits results in top tickets raising nearly $3M since February.
Senate incumbent also has huge campaign coffer advantage; Begich and Peltola top Palin’s cash-on-hand
That’s weeks earlier than is typical.
One candidate in hospital’s troubled search for new leader has troubles himself he says are resolved.
Assembly asked to OK funds to “provide information” on ballot items for new city hall, property buyers
More rain, less snow and glacial retreat expected.