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Dead trees can still be sold.
He said the resettlement program is in line with Alaska values.
This is the eighth consecutive year Cook Inlet clam digging has been restricted or closed.
The Gulf Coast Region saw a 0.7% increase in jobs between November 2018 and November 2019.
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The closure order is due to inadequate snow conditions and is an effort to prevent resource damage.
A citizen initiative in 2013 overturned Homer’s first attempt at a plastic bag ban.
State and wildlife troopers issued 954 citations statewide.
207 lawmakers signed on. Alaska’s Republican lawmakers did not.
Town hall ends with call to action for local lawmakers
$150,000 would be appropriated from the borough general fund balance to the council.
The event will take place Saturday at the Soldotna Library at 2:30 p.m.
he pipeline would run through multiple specially designated areas.
First oral arguments to be heard this month.
The meeting will be hosted at 6:30 p.m. both Monday and Tuesday.
Two other crew members were rescued after the disaster Tuesday.
Last year, minimum wage rose 5 cents, from $9.84 to $9.89.
100% of the proceeds from coffee beverage sales would be donated to Students in Transition.
Blizzard warning extended for Kachemak Bay area Wednesday.