Alaska regulators and fishing groups said Thursday they feel a lot more optimistic that offshore fish farming won't just get a rubber stamp from Congress.
...way to expand a polygraph test pilot program started last spring in Anchorage, said Portia Parker, deputy commissioner for the Alaska Department of Corrections. "We have to know what's going on in their heads in order to treat them better...
Circle man sentenced in friend's death, Sex offenders to take lie detector tests, Dillingham cab driver charged with murder & A warmer Washington could become rainier
KETCHIKAN - The Wrangell Sentinel celebrated its 100th anniversary Wednesday, making it the longest continuously operating newspaper in the state. The newspaper has survived 11 owners, the Depression, a gold rush, downturn in the timber industry and two fires since it began printing on Nov. 20, 1902.
Alaska's fast ferry Fairweather is out of commission again after high seas damaged the ship Thursday while it was returning to Juneau from Haines.
Alone in his boat, Juneau angler Ron Taug had some chaotic moments trying to land Taku River king salmon with two rods last spring.
...with an 80 percent decrease in marine research funding from its current level, said David Bedford, deputy commissioner for the Alaska Department of Fish and Game. "It's like watching a marble roll off the table," Bedford said Friday. State-run...
...earned a master's degree in education administration from Whitworth College in 1987. Les Morse, deputy commissioner for the Alaska Department of Education and Early Development since 2008. Morse was the department's director of assessment...
Last week in the Juneau Empire I read that after awarding the Alaska Lighthouse Association the Point Retreat Lighthouse, Sen. Ted Stevens is attempting to transfer ownership of that property to them.
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