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A Sunday-afternoon ceremony aimed to Reclaim Armistice Day featured music, dance, motivational speeches and a solemn bell ceremony to mark the 100th anniversary of Armistice Day - a day designated to celebrate peace after World War I ended. ... [Read More]
Fairbanks Police and Alaska State Troopers responded to reports of a large fight around 2 a.m. Sunday at the Big I bar on Turner Street in downtown Fairbanks. [Read More]
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An enthusiastic group of kindergarteners from Denali Elementary School kicked off the annual Champions for Children recognition dinner with lots of excitement and enthusiasm. This traditional opening performance... [Read More]
10 YEARS AGO... [Read More]
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Before #MeToo, Alaska had Diane Benson. [Read More]
News-Miner opinion: James Schiltz, 10, won $25,000 for a University of Alaska College Savings Plan. The fourth grader from Watershed Charter School plans to be an astronaut when he grows... [Read More]
Alaska Family Health and Birth Center... [Read More]
Nov. 11... [Read More]
I would like to take a moment to express the importance of the Apprentice Artist Program at Opera Fairbanks. As a former Opera Fairbanks Artist Apprentice, I can... [Read More]
Glennallen's Caden Gerlach and Barrow's Ben Heather won among the boys, while Eielson's Jolie Lucas, North Pole's Elizabeth Schumaker, Hutchison's Kaleiha Ashbury and Valdez's Jana Allen captured titles... [Read More]
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After winning its season opener Saturday, the Alaska Nanooks women's basketball team held off Holy Names University to improve to 2-0 on the season. [Read More]
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Thirty-seven years ago Jim and Karen Hill purchased a small snowmachine shop on Third Street. They bought the business because Jim had spent a career in the carpet... [Read More]
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Interior Alaska will see its first significant snowfall of the season today through Tuesday, according to a winter weather advisory from the National Weather Service. [Read More]
Mike Dunleavy will be sworn in as governor at a ceremony more than 1,000 miles northwest of the state capital, the governor-elect announced at a Fairbanks event Saturday... [Read More]
Fairbanks contractors are hungry to learn more about how to do business with the military, if a recently-organized information session in Fairbanks is any guide. [Read More]
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State highway officials are replacing the last truss-style bridge between Anchorage and the Canadian border. The Alaska Department of Transportation and Public Facilities says a World War II-era bridge on the Alaska Highway will see a permanent replacement by October 2019. The Fairbanks Daily News-Miner reports the bridge over the Tok... [Read More]
For the second year in a row, a Fairbanks-based team captured the Yukon Title Curling Classic championship. [Read More]
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The Healy Valley Lions Club is here to stay. Members and the community celebrated the club's 50th anniversary on Saturday. [Read More]
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