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Army investigating Stryker Brigade for allegations of racist behavior

Army investigators are looking into a Stryker Brigade soldier’s allegations of racist behavior by some members of his unit. A U.S.

Bethel Native Corporation subsidiary seeks to open Bethel liquor store

Bethel could see its first liquor store in four decades if the Bethel Native Corporation goes ahead with plans to open a package store and it clears regulatory hurdles.

Iditarod front-runners looking forward to time away from competition

Iditarod front-runners looking forward to time away from competitionThe top-10 Iditarod mushers have arrived safely in Nome and their sled dogs are tucked in for a long rest in the dog yard. For most of the front-runners, a top-10 finish is nothing new.

Murkowski: No confidence in USFS plan in Tongass

Murkowski: No confidence in USFS plan in TongassU.S. Sen. Lisa Murkowski says she doesn’t see any good news for the families in Southeast Alaska that still depend on the harvest of Tongass timber.

UAS presence in Wrangell aims to expand Tech Prep Program

Wrangell School District Superintendent Patrick Mayer compared it to having a UAS satellite campus in Wrangell.

Haines eateries starved for winter business

Haines eateries starved for winter businessAn inconsistent winter economy hurts year-round restaurants, but the lack of year-round restaurants could also hurt an important part of the economy: tourism.

Dallas Seavey wins the 2015 Iditarod

Dallas Seavey wins the 2015 IditarodDallas Seavey crossed under the burled arch in Nome at 4:13 a..m. Wednesday, securing his second-consecutive Iditarod win and his third four years.

Walker introduces Medicaid expansion bill

Walker introduces Medicaid expansion billHe has introduced a standalone bill that would allow the state to accept federal funding for Medicaid expansion, while also offering some reform measures.

Feds OK to process visas for roe technicians

The federal government can once again continue processing H-2b visas, the program that traditionally allows foreign roe technicians to work in Alaska seafood plants.

CBJ Regular Meeting 3/16/2015

Audio from the Mar. 16, 2015 CBJ Assembly meeting.