'Fairbanks Four' trial ends, judge won't rush

...Judge Paul Lyle said his decision in the case likely won't come for several months, reported The Fairbanks Daily News-Miner."It's going to be a long process," Lyle said. "We've had five weeks at trial. I have a lot of decisions...
2 University of Alaska officials step down

...positions on the president's executive team following the abrupt resignation of two officials.The Fairbanks Daily News-Miner reports that Chief Finance Officer Ashok Roy and Chief Human Resources Officer Erik Seastedt submitted their resignations...
Potholes outside Fairbanks cause problems for school buses

...and leads to Two Rivers School, which educates students in kindergarten through eighth grade, The Fairbanks Daily News-Miner reported.Incoming borough Mayor Karl Kassel said he had not been informed of the specific issues the school has been...
My Turn: Career politicians don't govern for the good of the people

...legislators.In a Sunday editorial, the Fairbanks Daily News-Miner used the word shameful to describe members of both the...betrayal of that trust."But there's a catch to the News-Miner's statement. The fact is we Alaskans didn't vote...
Santa Claus elected to North Pole City Council

FAIRBANKS - Santa Claus has been chosen to represent the people of North Pole.The Fairbanks Daily News-Miner reported that a man whose legal name is Santa Claus won a write-in campaign for an open City Council seat in the 2,200-person...
Thieves target vehicles along highway near Fairbanks

...emission control devices off vehicles.The Fairbanks Daily News-Miner reported that troopers say catalytic converters are...6 and Sept. 10. But hunter Scott Bidwell told the News-Miner the thefts continued, saying his vehicle was targeted...
Departures from Alaska at highest point in 25 years

...departures were higher was in 1988, when 15,710 people left during an in-state recession, the Fairbanks Daily News-Miner reported.The departures don't appear to be caused by the state's current financial problems because they came...
Alaska Editorial: Slaughter of two dozen animals for ivory a callous, cowardly act

The following editorial first appeared in the Fairbanks Daily News-Miner:An apparent slaughter of more than two dozen walruses on Alaska's northwest coast last week was enough to shock the conscience...
Thumbs up, thumbs down

...33-year-old male driver was killed in return fire, and his 20-year-old female passenger was wounded, the Fairbanks News-Miner reported. Fortunately no innocent people or law enforcement officers were injured. What's so unfortunate about this...
4 troopers, 1 Fairbanks officer involved in shooting

...began shooting. A chase ensued, and ended when Perdue collided with a Fairbanks police cruiser.The Fairbanks Daily News-Miner reported the names of the five officials who fired at Perdue will be released in 72 hours, per department policy...


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