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Gov. Sean Parnell has appointed a Californian who worked for 18 years in the oil industry to the state board that sets the tax value for oil-industry property despite a law that says board and commission appointees must be registered Alaska voters.
The National Republican Senatorial Committee is set to begin running a deluge of robocalls in Alaska against Democratic Sen. Mark Begich-and they're taking a page out of Americans for Prosperity's playbook to do it.
On Wednesday, a Republican state senator in Alaska took to the floor to explain that the government should not pay for family planning services for low-income women, because anyone can afford birth control.
Alaska State Fire Marshal Kelly Nicolello is reminding Alaskans and the men and women of the Seward Fire Department would like to remind Seward Residents to test and check the batteries in their smoke and CO alarms when they change their clock for Daylight Savings Time this Sunday, March 9th.
During national Colorectal Cancer Awareness month, South Peninsula Hospital is offering incentives to support colonoscopy cancer screenings.
The fund will provide support for projects across the nation, with wireless carriers in , President and Chief Executive Officer of GCI.
Environmental Protection Agency Administrator Gina McCarthy announced Friday that the Agency is taking the first step towards exercising its powers under the Clean Water Act to block development of the controversial Pebble Mine, a massive copper and gold deposit located in Alaska's renowned Bristol Bay region.
The Homer Chamber will be hosting the State of the City Address at their March Luncheon on March 12 at the Alibi at 453 E. Pioneer Avenue.
A man delivers boxes of Wonder Bread at the landing strip at Newtok, Alaska, June 30, 2009.
Anchorage, Alaska-Pilots, mechanics, aircraft manufactures, International charter operators, explorers, and air taxi operators are in the line up of the all Alaskan 2014 Legends of Alaska Aviation .
Priorities must be set, and some stuff won't be done. It shouldn't, if it can't be paid for without debt.
The House Finance Committee expressed concern Tuesday over how the Alaska Department of Education and Early Development would terminate the high school exit exam under a bill being considered.
Wolf, fox, beaver, otter, mink, lynx: take your pick. Alaskans stuff 'em and keep snug in 'em too, finds Pamela Wade.
The EPA's announcement Friday was directly targeted at the Pebble Mine. The developers of that project are understandably not pleased with what they say is a gross overreach of federal authority which should be concerning to all Alaskans.