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Making green: Peony growers blossoming in Alaska, Southeast

Juneau gardener Brad Fluetsch has a photograph that, multiplied by thousands, tells the story: a $20 bill resting on a blooming Dutchesse peony flower.
Juneau resident gets state director appointment

A former Juneau Assembly member has been named the state director of the Division of Corporations, Business and Professional Licensing.Sara Chambers has led the Department of Commerce, Community, and Economic...
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Legislative Roundup: March 16, 2014

Habeger appointed deputy Administration commish JUNEAU - Gov. Sean Parnell has appointed Don Habeger deputy commissioner at the Department of Administration.
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Alaska Farm to School and Alaska Grown programs receive statewide award that the Farm to School and Marketing programs are doing and we are pleased to receive this honor. We looks forward to continued service to the people of Alaska," said Franci Havemeister, director of the Division of Agriculture.
Trails advisory board to meet Jan. 28-29 in Anchorage

ANCHORAGE - The Outdoor Recreational Trails Advisory Board will meet Jan. 28-29 in Anchorage to consider grant applications. The public is welcome to attend the meeting, which will be held from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Moose meat donated to flood-ravaged community

FAIRBANKS - A nonprofit organization has donated more than a ton of salvaged moose meat to a flood-ravaged Alaska community whose food spoiled in a power outage.
Thelma Matheny Cutler Weatherbee

Thelma Matheny Cutler passed away in Juneau, Alaska August 25th, 2013 after a brief illness. She was born May 9, 1927 to Martha Matheny Wetherbee and Richard Wetherbee in Kootenai, Idaho at the home of her maternal grandparents, Nathan Pearl and
Unions raise concerns with Labor head's education, experience

Alaska's new labor commissioner, who state officials say attended the University of Alaska Southeast, now appears to not have finished high school. Dianne Blumer, appointed commissioner of the Department of Labor & Workforce Development by Gov.
Accumulated Fragments: Gruening and Bartlett walk the long road to statehood

There are few politicians in this state, or any other, who have become giants in history like the two men who represented the people of Alaska as it worked toward statehood.
Fairbanks geologists recall mountain rescue

FAIRBANKS - In 31 years working as a geologist in Alaska, Kate Bull had never been forced to spend the night out in the field while on the job until Saturday. She's not eager to do it again.


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