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The facade towns in this desert training ground were set up to mimic Iraq or Afghanistan, complete with blocky buildings, minarets, simulated roadside bombs and... [Read More]
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The stories of soldiers here at the Brigade Support Area medical tent are more likely to appear in a workplace safety journal than Soldier of... [Read More]
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The stories of soldiers here at the Brigade Support Area medical tent are more likely to appear in a workplace safety journal than Soldier of... [Read More]
The Golden Valley Electric Association has halted a study on the costs of buying power from a Colorado company that wants to sell the Fairbanks... [Read More]
The Golden Valley Electric Association has halted a study on the costs of buying power from a Colorado company that wants to sell the Fairbanks... [Read More]
A Siberian bio-engineering experiment has abandoned plans to export 12 plains bison from near Delta Junction because of insurmountable obstacles in finding an air cargo... [Read More]
Updated 10:30 a.m. Sept. 23: Alaska State Troopers responded to a Harding Lake campground at about 3 p.m. on Saturday to investigate a report of... [Read More]
There's an overlap between people recovering from drug and alcohol addiction and people who have been homeless, so it made sense that organizers and members... [Read More]
By design, this hunting opportunity for wounded veterans of the armed forces is supposed to give hunters as good a chance of shooting a moose... [Read More]
A Fort Wainwright man has been missing since early Monday morning. Law enforcement agencies and his father from Texas are trying to find him. [Read More]
North Pole will have a new occupant in the mayor's office on Snowman Lane after the Oct. 2 election. [Read More]
There's an overlap between people recovering from drug and alcohol addiction and people who have been homeless, so it made sense that organizers and members... [Read More]
No one was hurt in a fire that burned down a recreational vehicle parked in a Chena Marina driveway Thursday afternoon. [Read More]
The Public Safety Report is compiled from criminal complaints filed in state and federal courts, as well as some police blotter information, trooper dispatches, fire... [Read More]
A Fairbanks home was damaged Tuesday night after a fire, which started outside, crept up the wall and spread to the roof. No one was... [Read More]
One person died in an Aug. 25 fire in Ester, according to Alaska State Troopers. [Read More]
A 32-year-old Fairbanks woman is accused of presenting a counterfeit $50 bill to pay for a meal on Saturday. [Read More]
In 1999, the federal government had a big hole dug in the forest near Delta Junction for the sake of coho salmon habitat. The plan... [Read More]
On opening day, the Chena Tool Library catalog was stocked with dozens of hand tools, pneumatic tools and woodworking tools. But library organizers were still... [Read More]
When Wendy Walker was a senior at Lathrop High School, she traveled the country to audition at ballet companies. [Read More]
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