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Lawmakers are deeply divided on what to do.
The limit will double from three sockeye salmon to six per day starting Friday through July 14
Peninsula educators and staff voted May 22 to strike
Rick Whitbeck, state director for Power the Future, spoke at a joint chamber luncheon last week
The Swan Lake Fire is about 70% active and spreading
The governor can still veto funding.
Time is running out this session.
The proposed pit has been the center of a yearlong controversy
Police reported finding sexually explicit photos and text messages
A construction detour will be the only access beyond Mile 5.5 between June 17 and July 16.
Music series returns tonight with folk group Resonant Rogues
Another special session could be coming.
Six fires are active on Kenai National Wildlife Refuge lands
The greenhouse sells varieties of roses, vegetable plants, herbs, shrubs, trees and flower baskets
Located in the Seward harbor, the visitor center aims to be a hub for visitors and the community
Crowds enjoy games, music and eco-education
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The entirety of Southeast Alaska is in some state of drought.
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To date, 86 certified staff and administrators have resigned or retired