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Drastic measures for Suicide Basin appear impractical, river protection more likely, officials say.
DOT expects to issue new request for proposals from U.S. shipyards next month to replace Tustumena.
Sounds of Áak’w Rock, a gut check for Indigenous voices and an artists’ quintet market.
New chancellor reports 4% increase in overall enrollment, 87% increase in Indigenous programs.
Saturday marks the first event since its closure in December for renovations.
THMS completes sweep of two nights of matchups between local teams on each other’s courts.
Body of young male named “Tango” found near Hump Island with injuries.
Stop in Anchorage will be first time a president has not visited one of the sites attacked
Glacier Valley Rotary fundraiser raises nets about $40,000
Juneau falls behind 35-7 midway through second quarter to Anchorage team, drops to 0-3.
Popular JAHC event fills parking lot and interior.
Smaller-than-usual field competes after race delayed seven weeks, but victors still get peak thrill.
Alumni and high school runners go neck-and-neck on their home turf.
The two schools plan to apply lessons learned during rematch Saturday at JDHS.
Motion calls on Dunleavy and Legislature to grant marine director more power.
Here what to expect this week
Staff for the Alaska Public Offices Commission have recommended a $16,450 fine against Preserve Democracy, a group led by former U.S. Senate candidate Kelly Tshibaka.… Continue reading
11 people, two of them crew, were treated in Wrangell and returned to the ship
Neil Steininger, head of OMB since 2020, latest in series of staff moves by Dunleavy.
City opens survey seeking input about possible improvements to Jackie Renninger Park.