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Implementing the standards outlined by the legislation is not a one-size-fits-all approach
Alaska becomes 24th state to impose such restrictions.
A federal judge on Tuesday dismissed a year-old lawsuit by the state of Alaska against the federal government over liability for contaminated land given to… Continue reading
Alaska State Troopers were notified of the crash at around 5:45 p.m. on Thursday
Senate Bill 87 aims to make locally milled lumber more widely available for the construction of housing in Alaska
People who spoke in opposition outnumbered those who spoke in support by three to one
As part of the settlement, the borough is not admitting any wrongdoing
The woman was found Friday near Haller Street and the Kenai Spur Highway in Kenai
The scholarship is awarded to support education after high school graduation
KENAI — The central Kenai Peninsula’s representatives in the Alaska House of Representatives have their eyes on state finances this week. Reps. Justin Ruffridge, a… Continue reading
Peter Micciche is the Kenai Peninsula Borough’s new mayor.
A runoff is still possible with 1,700 ballots uncounted.
Alaskans will be asked on the Nov. 8 general election ballot: “Shall there be a constitutional convention?”
The two, who found common ground on some issues, took aim at Dunleavy
The project would move gas from the North Slope through an 800-mile pipeline to a liquefaction plant in Nikiski
JUNEAU, Alaska (AP) — Alaska Gov. Mike Dunleavy’s office has entered a contract with a former Dunleavy aide for up to $50,000 in part to… Continue reading
The seal is the first mammal admitted to the center’s Wildlife Response Program this year
Trust is key.
Contray to rumors, no one fell in the river.
The grant is part of a larger $1.4 million grant for organizations across Alaska.