Alaska’s Bypass Mail system took some punches in Congress yesterday. The chairman of the House Government Oversight Committee, Darrell Issa, is renewing his attack on the postal system that delivers everything from lettuce to lumber in rural Alaska.
U.S. Sen. Mark Begich’s campaign is running radio ads taking aim at the brothers behind Americans for Prosperity.
…then House Speaker Mike Chenault would be a mechanized tyrannosaurus shooting flames from his haunches.
The school board now has until the end of the month to finalize the spending plan and submit it to the Juneau Assembly.
Juneau School District Superintendent Glenn Gelbrich could know by the end of the week if he’ll be moving to Nampa, Idaho.
The group held its first Bartlett-Gruening Dinner to honor Alaskans who worked tirelessly for statehood
The contest was partially motivated by lower participation rates in January.
Local Boundary Commission already considered Juneau issues during review of Petersburg Borough’s petition
In Adak burning trash has killed or injured at least ten bald eagles in the last few months. Now it’s now the subject of a federal investigation.