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...District Court Judge Royal A. Gunnison. Due to an editing error, an article in Tuesday's Empire incorrectly stated Myrl Thompson's role on the committee to recall Scott Ogan. Thompson is the chairman of the committee called Ogan is So Gone...
Citizens call for openness in legislative discussions

...and industrial development within residential areas. "I think there is a large level of distrust out there," said Myrl Thompson, who is chairwoman of a committee trying to recall Sen. Scott Ogan, R-Palmer. "A lot of people are appalled...
The art of spin

...undeclared or non-partisan. Hopefully this November we have a real turnout of voters and finally our representatives will represent the people of Alaska and not just the 25 percent of voters that claim to be Republicans. Myrl Thompson Wasilla
Like ravens, oil lobbyists are picking apart Palin's legislation

...raven-raided groceries in the bed of the unattended pickup? Or will the driver of the truck return to shoo off the robbers and save the goods for the people of the state? Myrl Thompson is a Wasilla resident who's currently in Juneau.
Alaska Digest

...hired as a consultant for Evergreen, which is working to develop coal bed methane in the Matanuska-Susitna Borough. Myrl Thompson, chairman of the Ogan is So Gone Committee, said he was uncertain about the details of the new Easement Management...
Kings sweep Falcons

...carrying added weight. But even if Kayhi is downplaying the significance of these early-season wins, Wasilla coach Myrl Thompson saw enough in two games to heap praise on the Kings. "Ketchikan is a good team. Great hitters, great fielders...
Republicans retain control of state House

...Mark Neuman, 45, of Big Lake defeated Democrat Doyle E. Holmes, 67, owner of a Willow True Value Hardware and Myrl Thompson, 45, Wasilla, who works in the construction and hotel businesses. Neuman defeated five-term incumbent Beverly...
My Turn: Will Legislature beef up oil tax?

...seasoned heavily with scandal then watered down and placed on low heat for a month. So the big question now is, when it's done cooking, will Alaskans find any meat in it? Myrl Thompson is a Wasilla resident who's currently in Juneau.
My turn: 'Housewives' go wild for speaker of the House

...have an idea worthy of consideration and fair to Alaskans if they expect it to become law. Alaskans deserve no less. Myrl Thompson is a Juneau-based freelance journalist from Wasilla and former independent candidate for the state House. He writes...


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