Update: National Police Week events are planned for Juneau

...are held before the designated week so local families of fallen officers may attend national ceremonies in Washington, D.C.Each year, tens of thousands of people from across the world converge on the nation's capital for a candlelight vigil...
Begich speech focuses on job creation

...offer health care."Begich said tourism on the Kenai Peninsula is a big part of the economic equation. In Washington, D.C., people have a difficult time realizing the impact. He described the whole logistics chain involved to demonstrate the...
KSM Pt. 2: A river runs through it, and that's the problem

...environmental coordinator for the Central Council of Tlingit and Haida Indian Tribes of Alaska, recently flew to Washington, D.C. to meet with federal and elected officials, express their concerns and give them a letter signed by more than 40 different...
Alaska Dispatch to buy the Anchorage Daily News for $34M

...write enterprising, investigative stories, Dispatch officials said.Tony Hopfinger plans to re-establish a Washington, D.C.-based reporter for the Anchorage Daily News, and aspires to have fulltime reporters based in Alaska hub communities...
Anti-KSM groups seek federal help

...the Alaska delegation in Washington, D.C., urging them to engage with the Canadian...organization representatives visited D.C. this week to deliver the letter and...the environmental groups' visit to D.C., they met with representatives from...
Local | Outdoors
In the Stacks: new fiction

...other that they feel understood. Get inside the mind of a man plotting to use an asteroid as a bomb to destroy Washington, D.C. And listen in on an interview between an untrustworthy journalist and an odd, brilliant teenage inventor. The stories...
Letter: Affordable Care Act unfair to small businesses

...operated since 1980 and plays a significant role in our local community. We hope that our elected officials in Washington, D.C. are able to think outside the Beltway and can understand the hardships that small businesses face in today's economy...
My Turn: Koch Brothers close Alaska refinery while buying false TV ads

...all, we've fought for generations for control of our own resources and to have our own representation in Washington, D.C. We can't afford to have some Outside group who obviously cares nothing about Alaskans buy Alaska's Senate seat.In...
My Turn: Alaska officials need to pay attention to BC mines

...growing number of others are on record with statements of concern. It's time for our voices to be heard in Washington, D.C.? Rob Sanderson, Jr. is the Second Vice President of the Tlingit and Haida Central Council.
Bravo on Brick who was recommended for the project by Perseverance founder Molly Smith, now based at the Arena Stage in Washington, D.C.Bravo said one of the things he appreciated about Fleming's approach to the play as a classic was his focus on Williams...


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