...Congress approved legislation protecting vast swaths of the United States from development. As former Juneau Empire staff writer Craig Medred pointed out this week, Alaska has more wilderness today than it did 100 years ago, largely due to...
...Johnson of Juneau. Board of Education and Early Development: Roger Chan of Anchorage and Sally Rue of Juneau. Empire staff writer Bill McAllister contributed to this article.
...rural areas has caused friction with Republicans. Bill McAllister can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org . Empire staff writer Timothy Inklebarger contributed to this article.
...project team as an advisory body. I viewed it as a governance body. ... Then last night that all went away." Empire staff writers Tim Inklebarger and Eric Fry contributed to this report.
...can have a sustainable timber program over the next 100 years in this small portion of the forest," he said. Empire staff writer Elizabeth Bluemink contributed to this report.
...fiscal plan," she said. "Businesses do it. Families do it. There's no reason governments can't do it." Empire staff writer Bill McAllister contributed to this article.
...that this is this big windfall." There are 250 permanent Forest Service employees in four offices in Juneau. Empire staff writer Bill McAllister contributed to this article. Share this page: Reddit Archives WASHINGTON - A recent settlement...
...debate whether the Supreme Court ruling stands. Two years ago, Alaskans voted to legalize medical marijuana. Empire staff writer Bill McAllister contributed to this article.
...at the Capitol, where they'll be joined by reporters from newspapers in Fairbanks, Anchorage and elsewhere. Empire staff writer Mark Sabbatini heads into his fourth year of legislative reporting, while Svend Holst begins Year 2 in exile of...
...Alaska holdings, which include Fairbanks, Juneau, Sitka, Kenai and about 70 other communities in the state. Empire staff writer Svend Holst contributed to this report.
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