...dead-end road, and in Skagway and Haines it was more like 10-1.Local opposition hasn't deterred Gov. Sean Parnell's administration, nor has the outrageous price tag. What has been even more frustrating, perhaps, for those of us attempting...
JUNEAU - Just over a week before he is sworn in, Gov.-elect Bill Walker announced his first Cabinet picks - Mark Myers as Natural Resources commissioner and Randall Hoffbeck as Revenue commissioner.
ANCHORAGE - Alaska's senior senator is making no bones about who she is backing in this year's Senate race.
Bill Walker's Facebook page makes the following statements: ? "Alaska Natives have got to encourage the next Governor to open the doors and create a diverse Cabinet to include Natives.
The following editorial first appeared in the Fairbanks Daily News-Miner: State Sen.
As a U.S. Army National Guard veteran, I've watched with dismay as Gov. Sean Parnell's administration ignored reports of unpunished sexual assault in the National Guard. The stories sounded all too familiar.When I was in the Alaska...
The report released Thursday is the result of months of investigation into accusations of sexual assault within the Alaska National Guard. The allegations go back years.
...permitting bill he supported while state Natural Resources commissioner. The bill, HB77, was cast by Gov. Sean Parnell's administration as part of a broader effort to improve the state's permitting process. But critics said it would have...
Commerce, Community and Economic Development Commissioner Susan Bell highlighted the state's progress on energy and resource development issues during an address to the Juneau Chamber of Commerce's weekly luncheon crowd Thursday at Juneau International Airport. Bell spent the first portion of her speech talking about a strong business climate in the oil and gas industry under the new oil tax system - referred to by Republican Gov. Sean Parnell's administration as the More Alaska Production Act, but more commonly known as SB21.
It may have been dubbed the "Education Session," but it's possible that the biggest decision facing Juneau lawmakers is one tied to Alaskans who are leaving the workforce, not the one's being groomed for it.
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