Brian Brubaker said he sees no reason why the Legislature removed Peace Corps volunteers from the list of Alaskans allowed to be absent from the state and still receive dividends.
UU Minister Reverend Sarah Schurr returns to Juneau The Juneau Unitarian Universalist Fellowship welcomed Rev. Sarah Schurr to Juneau on Jan. 6 for her third residency. This is Schurr's second year serving the Juneau congregation.
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Sandy and Jim Beeson didn't plan to have a Jan. 1, 2000, baby. But that's the due date they wound up with.
The state folks who usually distribute Permanent Fund Dividends spent much of last week trying to recover 5,500 PFDs they paid in error.
A Fairbanks graduate student is proposing a ballot initiative to restore Alaska Permanent Fund dividends to Peace Corps volunteers.
Staff and Wire reports from around the state.
Traffic scofflaws will be looking at smaller permanent fund dividends under new court rules. Judges can find people guilty if they don't show up at court, and cities and the state can collect the fine from their PFD. Mozilla/3.0b6Gold (Win95; I) [Netscape]
ANCHORAGE - Hundreds of Alaskans chose to welcome the New Year with fingers poised over a computer keyboard, eager to apply for the 2009 Permanent Fund dividend.
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