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Researchers say the voracious eaters are thriving at the expense of higher-value sockeye, seabirds.
Sullivan stops by the Empire to talk bills
Cartoon tells Native stories with Native voices.
Kids learn about health and safety while collecting back-to-school swag.
The 13th annual fishing trip is provided free of charge to active-duty soldiers
The children were taken from their foster home on Aug. 5
As labor negotiations continue, school district details impacts of work stoppage
Kids wrap up summer of reading, fun and imagination
The theater group will host Farm Fest 2019 this weekend.
Sweep is reversed and capital budget is passed but $34 million is vetoed
Birch was elected to the Anchorage Senate seat that had been held by Republican Kevin Meyer.
Back to school fest gets kids ready for new year
The burn suspension starts Aug. 8
The decision to put the measures on the ballot was approved at Tuesday’s assembly meeting.
The recall campaign is set to release on Friday morning the number of signatures collected so far.
“… The real issue we are faced with today is deciding what kind of state we want to live in.”
Peninsula residents have eyes set on removing local Republican representative.
‘This resolution is communicating to the governor the impact some of his vetoes have to the borough.’
The silver salmon have returned to Resurrection Bay, with cohos being caught as close as Caines Head
The sustainable escapement goal is not expected to be achieved.