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Gov. Walker: Pot law won't be delayed that will legalize the use and sale of marijuana, his office announced Tuesday.Walker said at a Greater Fairbanks Chamber of Commerce meeting in December that he hoped to delay implementation of the commercial sales component of the law...
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Walker considers pot sales delay

...infrastructure is properly in place," the Fairbanks Daily News-Miner reported.In comments this week to the Greater Fairbanks Chamber of Commerce, Walker responded to a question about how the administration would approach writing challenging regulations...
Project urges Interior residents to give thanks

FAIRBANKS - Sixteen months ago, Geoff Welch made a quiet proposition to anyone who wandered through the doors at Date-Line Digital Printing. If they wanted to send a thank-you card to someone, he'd give one to them for free.
Juneau wins 2012 Chamber of the Year

A busy and productive year set the Juneau Chamber of Commerce apart as the 2012 Alaska Chamber of the Year. The chamber received its award on Oct. 3 in Fairbanks.
Alaska editorial: It's time to fight for Eielson Air Force Base

Across the nation, from the biggest states to some of the smallest communities, the cry of "Save Our Base" has been rolling in to Washington, D.C., as astute politicians and others try to keep their coveted military installations open while the next round of base closings proceeds.
Will market for North Slope gas exist by 2020?

...Associates study. "This is hot off the press," Torgerson, an outgoing Kasilof Republican, told the Greater Fairbanks Chamber of Commerce on Tuesday. Torgerson is chairman of the Senate Resources Committee. His remarks came nearly a month...
Fairbanks police charge teen in shooting death

...custody at the Fairbanks Correctional Center. Christin Glaeser, an administrative assistant with the Greater Fairbanks Chamber of Commerce, found Titus' body Saturday morning. She had parked her truck in the Carlson Center's back lot and...
Alaska Digest

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WEIO considers move to Anchorage

The leadership of the World Eskimo-Indian Olympics is considering moving the event to Anchorage from its traditional home in Fairbanks in an effort to get more Alaska Natives involved in the games.
Hearings examine issues surrounding gas pipeline

A task force is meeting in Fairbanks to consider issues surrounding the building of a proposed natural gas pipeline from the North Slope.


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