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Amy Seiwert, named as one of the "top 25 choreographers to watch" by Dance Magazine, who San Francisco dance critic Rita Felciano calls "the Bay Area's most original dance thinker," will debut her latest piece in Anchorage next weekend. Comment?
Doyon Foundation recently hired Malinda Chase as its new language revitalization program director. Comment?
Tom Douglas, 41, of Fairbanks landed on a ledge after his snowmobile was wedged into a narrow space 30 feet above him. Comment?
Troopers say Tom Douglas was among snowmachiners conducting ice and snow tests Thursday for the Delta Soil and Water Conservation around Jarvis Glacier. Comment?
The Fairbanks Daily News-Miner reports that three geese showed up Wednesday on freshly plowed fields. Comment?
The University of Alaska Fairbanks says in a release the first calf of spring, a 14-pound reindeer bull calf, was discovered Saturday morning by a student who went to Fairbanks Experiment Farm to feed the reindeer herd. Comment?
Its gas pipeline bill now in the hands of the Senate, the House on Tuesday looked back on its late session the night before with regret -- not over the 30-9 vote that advanced the bill but the juvenile antics that threatened to overshadow its long debate on policy. Comment?
I was caught off guard by a press release from the University of Alaska Museum of the North that quoted "museum director Aldona Jonaitis." Jonaitis, who ran the museum for 18 years, had retired three years ago, last I looked, and was spending her time researching publishing a fascinating array of books having something to do with totem poles. Comment?
Rep. Scott Kawasaki found himself profusely apologizing to the House speaker after sticking his tongue out at a live TV camera during a speech, and then riling many in the House by asking to be excused for the next nine months - code for not wanting a special session. Comment?
A veteran pilot whose name was synonymous with Alaska State Trooper wilderness rescues was at the controls of a helicopter that crashed Saturday night near Talkeetna, killing three people. Comment?
With a pair of modest homemade stills in one end of the room, his otherwise anonymous shop off Becker Ridge is the new home of Ursa Major Distilling. Comment?
Once a conference committee is named on the state operating budget - and that could happen as early as this week - the Legislature will fall under what's known as the "24-hour rule." That means committee meetings can be held with 24 hours of advance notice. Comment?
The blurb: Wildlife biologist Dr. Wayne Regelin offers a history of decades-long conflicts between the State of Alaska and the federal government over fish and game management. Comment?
When I walked into the Egan Center Friday night to see Macklemore and Ryan Lewis, two things about the crowd were obvious: They were stoked, and a lot of people stopped at Value Village on the way to the show. Comment?
St. Cloud State, co-champ of the WCHA in the regular season, dispatched Notre Dame today, 5-1, in the opening round of the NCAA tournament, ending the season for Alaska connections on the Irish. Comment?
As the oil-tax bill approached the Senate floor the other week, a single holdout senator drew the attention of supporters and opponents alike. Comment?
That's when the Downtown Association of Fairbanks hosts Bunnycon 2013, an adult Easter-themed pub crawl designed to bolster support for downtown businesses and pubs while ringing in spring. Comment?
The training exercise traditionally takes place at Eielson Air Force Base in Fairbanks, and use the Joint Pacific Alaskan Range Complex for training. Comment?
Most Alaska air travelers rent a car when they get to their destination. But a group of University of Alaska Fairbanks engineering students will fly to Houston next month with their cars in their luggage. Comment?
The Fairbanks Daily News-Miner reports road crews have reopened the Steese Highway at Eagle Summit. Comment?