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Dunleavy sells business leaders on greenhouse gas cash, greenhouses with mini nuclear power plants
Transcending Treadwell: Anna Dale hopes to play hockey at the next level and inspire others to get on the ice
“She’s somebody who takes some risks, keeps people together and goes to bat for the team.”
State lawmakers conduct first hearing into state’s struggles processing public assistance applicants.
Open house held at Mendenhall Glacier Visitor Center, web event set for Thursday.
The planning commission approved a conditional use permit for the project at 35 Mile
Miners and timber interests upset, environmentalists thrilled, Sen. Sullivan vows retaliation
Katie Botz’s presence — and brief absence — as a victims advocate led to a big win and governor’s honor.
“This is going to happen again, and if it gets warmer and not wetter things can go south.”
The new school heads will join the district in the coming academic year in the fall
“We need a substantially increased BSA and we need it now.”
War on fentanyl, resilient Alaskans and “most pro-life-state” vow among State of the State highlights.
The team preps for upcoming weekend home tournament and #LivelikeMatthewC game
Crimson Bears beat Bartlett and and South Anchorage but fall to West Valley.
Rally comes after anniversary of now-overturned Roe v. Wade.
Crimson Bears girls find two wins against Lady Kings.
Kelly Tshibaka joins Sarah Palin as election losers leading effort to return to traditional voting
Feb. 7 is Safer Internet Day.
They play again at 4:30 p.m. Saturday.
Dunleavy celebrates “peaceful transfer of power…to myself” at inaugural party Friday
It wasn’t their Knights.