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State has reelected executives at lowest rate in the nation.
Says his goal is to “work with everybody to create an Alaska for the next 50 years.”
Additional lifts to open soon.
Experts outline what to do in the situation that someone falls through ice
The team won with a score of 4-2
Event part of ongoing visiting exhibition at local library branch.
Local artist shares her journey of learning to weave and the importance of reusing
Superb reader-submitted photos of wildlife, scenery and/or plant life.
Wild Shots: Photos of Mother Nature in Alaska
Dozens of business joined in for the holiday themed event
A post-certification precinct-by-precinct breakdown of statewide race results.
Residents and local business have until Jan. 2 to submit ideas to the city.
City Manager says raise doesn’t fix nearly two decade-long issue of employee retainment
1,340% increase between 2017 and 2021 largely due to state’s relative youth and health care access
When a great deal of Earth’s water was locked up within mountains of ice, our ancestors scampered across a dry corridor from what is today… Continue reading
This follows an first-degree murder charge late last week.
Juneau’s state senator tells Chamber of Commerce bipartisan majority a key to meaningful action
New ownership takes over at Coppa.
President vows to quickly sign the bill.