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Grammy winner gives freely to Juneau

...back to the Juneau community. "I love Alaska," Smith said. "I'm a big outdoors person, and I think this is the Last Frontier. I never get tired of coming here. From my work with (Christian evangelist) Franklin Graham, I know about a...
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A 'different' kind of candidate

...the issue.He supports Senate Bill 21 and trusts Big Oil, but he wants to do away with big insurance companies in the Last Frontier and he opposes the Pebble Mine. He wants to see local taxes reduced to encourage more private investment in affordable...
My Turn: Clearing 'New Pathways'

...EmcArts, a New York-based national non-profit. New Pathways Alaska will allow arts organizations from across the Last Frontier to undergo a thorough, multi-year self-examination alongside similarly situated peer organizations to identify...
Southeast lands $6.7M in PILT payments

Twenty-nine boroughs and municipalities across the Last Frontier are receiving some $28.5 million in Payment-in-Lieu of Taxes money from the federal Department of the Interior. Juneau...
Fiscal wiz banks on run for Senate seat

...during the warm summer months - then change their tune when winter arrives - Williams never lost his adoration for the Last Frontier's capital city.Just days before the candidate filing deadline this year, Williams decided to take his affection...
Impressions of The Last Frontier Theater Conference

...Southern gothic, and Jean the matriarch of Anchorage theater. On the strength of my new friends' encouragement, the Last Frontier Theater Conference became a place to gain confidence, a place to try new things, a place to challenge the boundaries...
Empire Editorial: Thank You for Not Voting

Please stay home on August 19. On October 7, go hiking. When November 4 rolls around, watch a movie. If fewer people vote, each vote matters more. We don't think you need help to stay away from the polls - only 19.
Alaska Editorial: Remembering the lessons of World War II

...Dutch Harbor caused 44 deaths and 71 injuries, and a few Alaskans still survive who witnessed the only air raid in the Last Frontier's history. At the time, there was ample reason to believe more raids could follow shortly, and that realization...
Alaska Editorial: The killing of two Alaska State Troopers in Tanana wounds us all

...the peace. The task is especially difficult for troopers, who have the vast landscape and unique situations of the Last Frontier to contend with.We know that both men had strong Fairbanks connections.Sgt. Johnson was born in Fairbanks...
Abel takes controls of Alaska Coast Guard

...Coast Guard District."Our duty is simply put, but incredibly challenging," Abel said. "We stand the watch for the Last Frontier."The logistical challenges and unique hardships that face the Coast Guardsmen serving here are not lost on Abel...
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