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Parnell: 2014 should be education session

Parnell: 2014 should be education sessionGov. Parnell says he will introduce legislation to increase school operating funds.

Tongass Democrats take applications for Kerttula’s replacement

Tongass Democrats take applications for Kerttula’s replacementThe deadline to apply is Jan. 27

Juneau Afternoon 1/23/14

Juneau Afternoon 1/23/14

Thursday at 3 on KTOO-FM, Shona Strauser hosts

We’ll find out about KTOO’s present & Future, as we talk with General Manager, Bill Legere;

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Haines guide, Canadian clients on trial for alleged wildlife crimes

Charges against John Katzeek, Brian Hicken, Kenneth Cox, and Tyler Antel include conspiracy to violate the Lacey Act

Juneau Assembly, legislative delegation talk session priorities

Juneau Assembly, legislative delegation talk session prioritiesEducation funding and the state’s unfunded public employee retirement obligation topped the list of topics discussed by the Juneau Assembly and the Capital City’s legislative delegation on Wednesday.

Cheese To The Rescue: Surprising Spray Melts Road Ice

Cheese To The Rescue: Surprising Spray Melts Road IceThis winter, a Wisconsin county is fighting icy roads with a homegrown product: liquid cheese brine. Tens of thousands of gallons of the stuff are used each year along with road salt, according to officials in Polk County.

State of the State 1/22/14

Governor Sean Parnell’s State of the State Address, live at 7 pm

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What is the Center for Ocean Solutions?

What is the Center for Ocean Solutions?Kerttula will bring the views, insights, and experience of a state lawmaker to coastal research.

Japanese Government Defends Dolphin Hunt As Killing Goes On

Japanese Government Defends Dolphin Hunt As Killing Goes OnHis nation's annual dolphin hunt "is a form of traditional fishing in our country," Japanese government spokesman Yoshihide Suga says in response to criticism of the practice from Caroline Kennedy, the new U.S. ambassador in Tokyo.

Almost No Poor Nations By 2035? That’s What Bill Gates Says

Almost No Poor Nations By 2035? That’s What Bill Gates SaysIt is a myth that "poor countries are doomed to stay poor" and by the year 2035, "there will be almost no poor countries left in the world," Microsoft co-founder and philanthropist Bill Gates writes in his latest annual letter about the work of the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation and conditions in the nations where the foundation works.
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