At hearing, public support for gas pipeline

  • By MATT WOOLBRIGHT Morris News Service-Alaska
  • Thursday, February 20, 2014 9:38pm
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Borough to tackle resolution on hate crime legislation

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House Bill 62 now has a companion in the Senate.

Kenai Police release names of homicide victim, suspect

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Seward man found dead near Bear Lake

The man reportedly went snowmachining on Sunday afternoon.

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