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Bartlett’s board of directors expected to discuss taking over services on Tuesday
Congresswoman gets a warm welcome from convention attendees, predecessor’s family.
Cites pandemic response as an example of successfully working together.
Rare forum with all four gubneratorial candidates features rapid barrage of attacks and soundbites
Landslide that destroyed homes above former homeless shelter adds to questions about project’s safety
Opening mainstage show features Two familar ’epic’ classical tales, followed by improvised finale
Four-term U.S. senator who won 2010 write-in campaign again facing strong challenge from the right
Local No. 1 seed falls short to rally by No. 2 team during two-day regional volleyball tournament
Democrat a longshot in U.S. Senate race, but one of her Republican opponents needs her voters to win
Program halting due to shortage and high cost of staff. Officials hope BRH, SEARHC can offer care.
Weighty words ranging from seabeds to outer space.
Backers of proposed subdivision say it addresses shortage, neighbors worry about impacts.
D.C. group spends on ballot measure, Dunleavy has big cash advantage in governor’s race.
Alaska Native Democrat, facing likely GOP majority, says she’s ready to follow Young’s path to success
Former independent governor seeking office again after “I threw myself on the Permanent Fund grenade. ”
Former Anchorage lawmaker seeking to become first Democrat elected governor since 1998.
More than 50 proposed new Alaska sites, half in Tongass, draw strong opinions.
Grants to replace culverts impeding streams available to tribal, local and state governments
Candidates for governor talk about serving, shortages and ships during industry forum in Juneau
Forest Service seeks input on expanding mineral extraction ban in recreation area