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Alaska Tent & Tarp, the company behind the Arctic Oven and other arctic-grade fabric products, has been purchased by Airframes Alaska, a certified fabrication and... [Read More]
Libraries attract thoughtful, intelligent people, so I encountered many memorable board and commission members in my 30-year career running public libraries, but one stands out. [Read More]
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Can there be a "Roseanne" without Roseanne? The answer is yes, indeed. There can even be a pretty good sitcom. And you might not miss... [Read More]
Travelers are being advised to be on the lookout for areas of freezing rain and ice buildup on roadways in areas outside of Fairbanks today. [Read More]
A series of five 16-vehicle convoys are expected to travel between Delta Junction and Fairbanks starting at noon today as they leave the Arctic Anvil... [Read More]
Members of the Board of Education took turns on Monday denouncing an ordinance clarifying how much surplus public education money must be spent on school... [Read More]
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Fairbanks health organizations gathered Monday at a summit hosted by the U.S Department of Justice Drug Enforcement Campaign to discuss Alaska's growing opioid drug crisis. [Read More]
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A 38-year-old Fairbanks man was sentenced Monday to a 20-year jail term for beating and possibly also strangling another man to death nearly three years... [Read More]
A series of five 16-vehicle convoys are expected to travel between Delta Junction and Fairbanks starting at noon today as they leave the Arctic Anvil... [Read More]
Marie McCarty of Fairbanks sent in this photo of brightly colored amanita muscaria mushrooms amid fallen leaves. [Read More]
FAIRBANKS—Halloween seems to act as the starting gun for the holiday season. Some stores are already a mix of Halloween supplies and Christmas goods. Thanksgiving... [Read More]
FAIRBANKS—Fairbanks' Sears store is not among the 142 Sears and Kmart stores slated for closure as announced in the company's Chapter 11 bankruptcy filings on... [Read More]
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An oft-cited trend in the lower 48 is that coal plants are closing, in a large part due to the availability of cheaper natural gas. [Read More]
Two men panted and grunted as they swung swords at each other Thursday night across the stage at the Hap Ryder Riverfront Theatre. Dress rehearsals... [Read More]
The West Valley Wolfpack's Isaac Coon captured the 145-pound title Saturday in the finals of the Houston Altercation wrestling tournament at Houston High School in... [Read More]
Thumbs up: The Eielson High School Ravens shut out the Barrow Whalers, 36-0, on Saturday to claim the Division III Alaska state championship. Previously, the... [Read More]
The Alaska Nanooks rifle team finished 2-0 on its opening weekend of the season after defeating the University of Nebraska, 4,693-4,662, in a dual meet... [Read More]
Bryan Kramer rehearses a scene for Fairbanks Drama Association's "The Three Musketeers" Thursday night, October 11, 2018 at the Hap Ryder Riverfront Theatre. Kramer, who... [Read More]
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