...for the 2014 Governor's Awards to add to this list of Alaskan arts and humanities heroes.? Brown serves as Chairman of the Alaska State Council on the Arts, and is an attorney who lives in Juneau.
The Grand Camp of the Alaska Native Brotherhood and two of its nonprofits were dissolved in June, but not because of recent felony embezzlement charges against the organizations' chairman, according to the State of Alaska's Department of Commerce, Community, and Economic Development.Robert Loescher, former chairman of the Alaska Subsistence Defense Fund and the Alaska Traditional Foods Security Council, is accused of withdrawing $21,515 without authorization, the Juneau Empire reported Sunday.
JUNEAU - The chairman of the Alaska Constitution Party plans to run for governor next year. J.R. Myers filed a letter of intent on Monday.
...that Alaskans of all ages and generations have access to the best arts education possible.? Ben Brown serves as Chairman of the Alaska State Council on the Arts, and is an attorney who lives in Juneau.
...standards for treatment of discharge.Critics charge the bill would reduce protections set out by the initiative; the chairman of the Alaska Democratic party has referred to it as "Parnell's sewage bill." Parnell's Environmental Conservation commissioner...
...capital city, all Juneau residents can look forward to great results from Any Given Child.? Brown serves as Chairman of the Alaska State Council on the Arts, and is an attorney who lives in Juneau.
In the room where the First Alaska Territorial Legislature first convened, 100 years to the day after its opening session, current and former legislators, their staff, and members of the public met for a reception marking the first day of the legislative centennial celebration in Juneau.Sen. Gary Stevens, R-Kodiak, chairman of the Alaska Legislative Centennial Commission and former Senate president, made his opening remarks as attendees of the event at Rockwell, in the former Elks Lodge building downtown, munched on hors d'oeuvres and socialized.
...of the main meeting locations for territorial legislative sessions from 1913 to 1931. Stevens, R-Kodiak, is chairman of the Alaska Legislative Centennial Commission. His office, in a news release, said the site will be decorated and furnished...
...invited to participate in the initial planning of the event, and we didn't have a big role," said Wayne Jensen, chairman of the Alaska Committee and president of Juneau architectural firm Jensen Yorba Lott Inc. "We helped them identify a few legislators...
The week after Alaska's 90 day legislative session comes to a close, its capital seems to slow down and take a huge sigh of relief. Juneau's streets are quieter, its restaurants are emptier; hotels are ghost towns.
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