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Alaska centenarians in national photo project

Alaska centenarians in national photo projectA New York photographer wants to create portraits of a 100-year-old man and a 100-year-old woman from each of the 50 states.

Sitka hospital cuts ties with former CEO, moves toward transition

Sitka hospital cuts ties with former CEO, moves toward transitionFormer CEO Jeff Comer will not be receiving anything more than his paycheck for his work through last Friday.

Blindingly bright ‘moose lights’ worry Troopers – but they’re legal, unregulated

Blindingly bright ‘moose lights’ worry Troopers – but they’re legal, unregulatedHigh-intensity headlights are popular and getting more so, especially here in Alaska during the long, dark winter months.

Sullivan takes oath today, Rep. Young misses first week due to death of brother

Sullivan takes oath today, Rep. Young misses first week due to death of brotherA new Congress begins today and former DNR Commissioner Dan Sullivan will be sworn in as Alaska’s eighth U.S. senator since statehood

Ousted military affairs official to be Alaska Senate Majority media strategist

Ousted military affairs official to be Alaska Senate Majority media strategistA recently ousted military affairs official has been hired by the Alaska Senate Majority to guide their media strategy.

State closes Bethel DEC office

State closes Bethel DEC officeThere is no longer an Alaska Department of Environmental Conservation office in Bethel.

USFS proposes floating dock at Anan Observatory

USFS proposes floating dock at Anan ObservatoryThe U.S. Forest Service is taking public comments on a proposal to build a floating dock at the Anan Wildlife Observatory.

Ambler Road would have mixed impact on NW Arctic caribou

Ambler Road would have mixed impact on NW Arctic caribouAIDEA says it’s still moving forward to prepare an environmental impact statement for the contentious Ambler Road.

Legacy of bar break violence haunting downtown Anchorage business development

Legacy of bar break violence haunting downtown Anchorage business developmentThe last few months have seen shootings, fights, and even a massive unsanctioned street dance party that was cleared by police officers in riot gear last November.

Sitka hospital CEO alleges assault, leaves town

Sitka hospital CEO alleges assault, leaves townSitka Community Hospital CEO Jeff Comer didn't attend a scheduled discussion with the Sitka Assembly on Friday after allegedly being assaulted.