Alaska Government Newswire (Page 2)

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  1. PSP found in mussels tested in Kachemak BayRead the original story

    Wednesday Aug 24 | Homer News

    Toxic shellfish have been found in Pacific blue mussels in the Homer harbor, according to an alert from the Alaska Department of Health and Social Services. Mussels sampled by the Kachemak Bay Research Reserve tested positive for paralytic shellfish poisoning by Southeast Alaska Tribal Ocean Research.

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  2. What's HappeningRead the original story

    Wednesday Aug 24 | Peninsula Clarion

    Tickets are $50 and are available at the Food Bank , Charlotte's in Kenai, or River City Books in Soldotna. Soups and desserts will be provided by local chefs and restaurants.

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  3. Hemp proposed as agricultural crop for AlaskaRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Aug 24 | Homer News

    Respondents typically will use clay-based absorbents on land-based spills or polymer dispersants on water to help dissipate or collect the oil so it's easier to remove from the spill site. However, it can be expensive and may take significant volumes before the spill is under control.

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  4. Alaska roadkill thieves target moose meant for charityRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Aug 22 | Northern Michigan News

    Thieves coming across dead moose on Alaska roads are stealing the carcasses, making away with hundreds of pounds of meat that normally goes to a program run by state troopers that gives it to the needy and others willing to butcher the carcasses, officials said Wednesday. Two moose killed recently by cars or trucks were set to be picked up by the trooper-sponsored program that alerts the Alaska Moose Federation so carcasses can be quickly delivered to recipients on a state troopers' list of people who want them.

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  5. BTIG Research Initiates Coverage on Physicians Realty TrustRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | AmericanBankingNews.com

    The brokerage set a "buy" rating and a $25.00 price target on the real estate investment trust's stock. BTIG Research's price objective points to a potential upside of 17.48% from the stock's current price.

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  6. Mat-Su Republican who ousted Keller forms new PAC to influence Alaska electionsRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Anchorage Daily News

    Another Alaska politician has created a personal political action committee on the heels of Anchorage Republican Rep. Gabrielle LeDoux, who used her new PAC this month to raise money from lobbyists and bar owners . David Eastman of Wasilla, who toppled incumbent Rep. Wes Keller in the Republican primary, registered the Alaska Conservative Leadership PAC last week, two days after winning his election.

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  7. California Public Employees Retirement System Has $17,212,000 Stake...Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Daily Political

    California Public Employees Retirement System decreased its position in Arthur J. Gallagher & Co. by 6.5% during the second quarter, according to its most recent disclosure with the Securities and Exchange Commission.

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  8. Triple whammyRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Aug 20 | Fairbanks Daily News-Miner

    To the editor: One outcome of recent wolf harvest activities adjacent to Denali National Park is that Alaskans no longer have much opportunity to see wild wolves, the ultimate symbol of wild lands.

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  9. Early morning blaze destroys Pepe's restaurant, Barrow landmarkRead the original story

    Aug 31, 2013 | Anchorage Daily News

    The most famous Mexican restaurant above the Arctic Circle caught fire in the early morning hours of Saturday. Despite North Slope Borough firefighters battling the blaze from about 2 a.m. to 9:30, little is left of Pepe's North of the Border restaurant in Barrow, Alaska.

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  10. Roadkill thieves in Alaska stealing moose meant for charityRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | CBS News

    Thieves coming across dead moose on Alaska roads are stealing the carcasses, making away with hundreds of pounds of meat that normally goes to a program run by state troopers that gives it to the needy and others willing to butcher the carcasses, officials said Wednesday. Two moose killed recently by cars or trucks were set to be picked up by the trooper-sponsored program that alerts the Alaska Moose Federation so carcasses can be quickly delivered to recipients on a state troopers' list of people who want them.

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  11. SEC targets North Slope Borough over false statements during bond salesRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Anchorage Daily News

    Federal market regulators issued a cease-and-desist order against the North Slope Borough on Wednesday as part of a nationwide effort to crack down on "material misstatements" in documents associated with municipal bond sales. The disclosure violations were self-reported by the borough, according to the SEC.

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  12. Begich needs to come clean before accusing Alaska delegationRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Anchorage Daily News

    I read with interest former Sen. Mark Begich's Aug. 12 column about our congressional delegation's support, or lack thereof, for Donald Trump. He managed to accuse others of exactly what he himself is doing.

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  13. Alaska's D.C. reps refuse to see causes of climate changeRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Anchorage Daily News

    The Louisiana floods have prompted the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration to state that there have been eight "500 year" floods in the United States in the last 12 months. Dozens of people have died and thousands of homes have been destroyed.

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  14. Tustumena replacement accelerated to FY2017 fundingRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Aug 24 | Alaska Journal of Commerce

    The M/V Tustumena is seen in Kodiak after returning to service after repairs in 2013. Photo/File/Kodiak Daily Mirror A concept rendering of the Alaska Class dayboats now under construction at the Vigor Shipyard in Ketchikan.Rendering/Courtesy/AMHS The Alaska Department of Transportation and Public Facilities has moved up its federal funding request to pay for the 52-year-old Tustumena's $237 million replacement from "after fiscal year 2019" to federal fiscal year 2017, which begins Oct. 1. "It's just a matter of awarding contract and before we can do that we have to have funding for it," Deputy DOT Commissioner Mike Neussl said.

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  15. As sales near, cannabis industry still lacks unified voiceRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Aug 24 | Alaska Journal of Commerce

    The Anchorage Cannabis Business Association held an open meeting on Aug. 10 where, among other things, members discussed the possibility of hiring an industry lobbyist. An Aug. 23 meeting brought in lobbyist Paul Fuchs to discuss details with the associations' members.

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  16. EDITORIAL: Walker gives up, reverses himself on land trust caseRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Aug 24 | Alaska Journal of Commerce

    Gov. Bill Walker's decision to not appeal a federal court's ruling in an Alaska Native lands trust case is as disastrous as the ruling itself. It was a year ago that the state, in taking over a lawsuit against the federal government brought by Alaska tribes in Akiachak, Chalkyitsik and Tuluksak, made a compelling case that the Department of the Interior erred terribly when it changed its rules to allow Alaska Native land to be accepted into trust by the federal government.

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  17. Claims for expanded Medicaid group $30M over estimates in first yearRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Aug 24 | Alaska Journal of Commerce

    Alaska Department of Health and Social Services Commissioner Valerie Davidson is seen at a press conference July 16, 2015, when Gov. Bill Walker announced he would accept federal money to expand Medicaid enrollment in the state. Currently fully funded by the federal government, claims through 11 months are already $30 million more than estimated.

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  18. Alaska LNG Project submits second draft of resource reports to FERCRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Aug 24 | Alaska Journal of Commerce

    Members of the public can get another look at the results of years of fieldwork conducted by the Alaska LNG Project now in the reports submitted to the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission. The resource report drafts, which detail everything about the project from a general overview to where potential workers' children would go to school, are the culmination of about three years of summer geotechnical and geophysical work as well as public meetings and comments.

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  19. LSV Asset Management Sells 15,900 Shares of Portland General Electric Co.Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Aug 24 | Daily Political

    LSV Asset Management decreased its position in Portland General Electric Co. by 1.1% during the second quarter, according to its most recent Form 13F filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission.

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  20. Juneau Okays LGBT Protections OrdinanceRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Aug 24 | On Top Magazine

    According to the Juneau Empire , the measure, which protects LGBT residents when seeking housing or employment, cleared the chamber with an 8-1vote. Assembly member Jerry Nankervis said that he voted against the measure because he disagrees with its implementation.

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