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In the aftermath of the death Friday of Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, President Donald Trump and Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell made clear... [Read More]
DHSS today announced 112 new people identified with COVID-19 in Alaska. 108 are residents in fourteen communities: Anchorage (68), Fairbanks (9), Wasilla (6), Palmer (5),... [Read More]
For its 49th running in March 2021, the Iditarod is developing a multi-tier COVID-19 mitigation plan to account for various permutations of the pandemic. The... [Read More]
The Alaska minimum wage will increase from $10.19 to $10.34 effective Jan. 1, 2021. Voters passed a ballot initiative in 2014 to adjust the minimum... [Read More]
DHSS today announced 113 new people identified with COVID-19 in Alaska. 109 are residents in twenty communities: Anchorage (48), Juneau (14), Fairbanks (11), Utqiaġvik (7),... [Read More]
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Three years since his release from prison, Talalelei 'TJ' Edwards keeps his regular appointments with his parole officer, is gainfully employed on the North Slope,... [Read More]
Other sports leagues have shown games can be played and played safely if people follow the rules. [Read More]
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On the morning of September 9, the Planned Parenthood at 4001 Lake Otis was vandalized. Spray painted in bright pink, white, and blue, the three... [Read More]
It was supposed to be a game-changer in the fight against Covid-19: a new phase in testing using fast point-of-care tests. But without a clear... [Read More]
I'm always excited when I hear about venues opening that have a keen focus on beer and especially those that are inspired by the rich... [Read More]
Now that the Sept. 11 USDA World Agricultural Supply and Demand Estimates (WASDE) report is history, the trade is turning its attention to the fall... [Read More]
From the Attorney General's Office:... [Read More]
Blessed were the high-pressure days. Warm and clear, these afternoons were gold to bank for the months ahead. The sky shows no sign of the... [Read More]
One of the most anticipated events each fall in Anchorage is the annual Pirate Pub Crawl. For over a decade thousands of swashbuckling scallywags descended... [Read More]
One minute you're settling into your armchair, feet propped up, ready for a relaxing, end-of-summer read. The next, just pages into the first chapter of... [Read More]
We are not even a year into the COVID-19 pandemic and it feels like it will never end. What if it doesn't? [Read More]
The Municipality of Anchorage Emergency Operations Center (EOC) is partnering with community organizations and other municipal departments to distribute 160,000 cloth masks to Anchorage residents... [Read More]
After, excuse the pun, 'pawing' through social media the past week reading some of the vile and hateful stuff circulating regarding the upcoming presidential election... [Read More]
OPINION Following the virtual G-20 Agriculture and Water Ministers Meeting hosted Sept. 12 by the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, agricultural officials from five Western Hemisphere... [Read More]
Oxford's Pitt Rivers museum has removed shrunken heads and other artifacts from display, claiming that exhibiting human remains "reinforces racist and stereotypical thinking". [Read More]
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