The first episode will broadcast in early September.
i·den·ti·ty: the state of having unique identifying characteristics held by no other person or thing
“A State can be discussed in terms of the many roles it plays in national, regional, and local government and in terms of its history, geography, and demographics. Each State has a unique identity evidenced by those of us who carry a lifelong allegiance to the place where we grew up, our home State.”
University of Alaska Southeast tightens belt, gets creative after about a half-million dollar budget cutUniversity of Alaska Southeast Chancellor Rick Caulfield said University of Alaska Southeast will lose $400,000 - $600,000 under the current plan.
- Every day of the year, no matter the conditions, commercial truck drivers make the trip from Fairbanks to Prudhoe Bay.
- For the second time this year, a Republican from Matanuska-Susitna Borough left the state Senate majority caucus.
- The U.S. Senate is working on the health care bill, and Alaska health commissioner Valerie Davidson is in Washington, D.C., to meet with Alaska's senators, Dan Sullivan and Lisa Murkowski. One-quarter of Alaska's population currently is covered by Medicaid.