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New Assembly talks focus, future direction at retreat

...wants to see the Alaska State Capitol complex expanded and argued that Juneau needs to promote itself as a regional and state leader in order to keep its capital city status."We have to be good neighbors," said Becker. "And it's not just Southeast...

http://juneauempire.com/local/2012-10-27/new-assembly-talks-focus-future-directi
Local
Freeman contributed much through the Legislature as well as his outboard shop

It has been Oral Freeman Week in Alaska. The admired Ketchikan community and state leader died Oct. 6, at age 85, in his chair behind the counter at Alaska Outboard, where he had offered outboard, political and personal...

http://www.juneauempire.com/stories/101401/opE_freeman.shtml
Opinion
A formidable team

...the next election. Electing Murkowski governor will give Alaska a voice in Washington that we have never had from a state leader by virtue of his 22 years of service. His contacts and knowledge of how to get things done will be extremely beneficial...

http://www.juneauempire.com/stories/103102/let_letter25.shtml
Opinion
Juneau Empire Story Archive

...should be thrown out because property taxes aren't levied across the whole state. The suit, also backed by AFL-CIO state leader Mano Frey, argues that the initiative process can't be used to limit appropriations under the constitution, but...

http://www.juneauempire.com/stories/073100/Loc_taxcap.shtml
Candidates for Assembly weigh in on heavy topics

...laws on public official financial disclosures.Kiehl will vote against the opt-out, saying Juneau needs to be the state leader in transparency and not just in government.Wanamaker said he will vote for it because he believes APOC will put city...

http://juneauempire.com/local/2011-09-22/candidates-assembly-weigh-heavy-topics-
Local
Francis lifts JDHS at Skyview Invite

...Sharp continued her strong showings in the 100-meter hurdles event this spring, finishing in 16.92 behind only state-leader Anna Simmers of Anchorage Christian. Sharp won the event in Ketchikan to open the season a week prior. Emily's...

http://www.juneauempire.com/stories/042909/spo_434675011.shtml
Tax cap plan triggers suit

...should be thrown out because property taxes aren't levied across the whole state. The suit, also backed by AFL-CIO state leader Mano Frey, argues that the initiative process can't be used to limit appropriations under the constitution, but...

http://www.juneauempire.com/stories/073100/Loc_taxcap.html
Local
My Turn: Where is Tongass justice?

...commence in spite of the overwhelming cry of the people who continue to rely on the forest green. All this while our new state leader seeks to undermine a system of environmental checks and balances by shredding the Division of Habitat Protection through...

http://www.juneauempire.com/stories/032603/opi_myturn2.shtml
Opinion
Juneau impressive in Invitational

...said. Unofficially, Krehlik, along with teammate Francis and J.J. Lendi of Haines, are grouped together atop the state leader boards in all major distance categories. Long distance expert Leah Francis won the 3,200 to set a school record with...

http://www.juneauempire.com/stories/050408/spo_275277580.shtml
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