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With Senate career behind him, Hollis French not looking back

With Senate career behind him, Hollis French not looking backHollis French is a state senator who gave up his seat in the Legislature to run for the office of lieutenant governor.

Parnell signs bill opposing Beringia International Park

Parnell signs bill opposing Beringia International ParkGovernor Sean Parnell has signed into law a piece of legislation to stop development of the Beringia International park.

Sullivan continues to lead fundraising battle

Sullivan continues to lead fundraising battleIn the U.S. Senate race, Dan Sullivan’s financial advantage over other Republican contenders continues to grow.

Rivals question Sullivan’s absence from debate

Rivals question Sullivan’s absence from debateRepublican Senate candidates Joe Miller and Mead Treadwell debated each other and an empty chair on Wednesday at Alaska Public Media’s Debate for the State.

Sen. Begich Courts Voters in Rural Alaska

Sen. Begich Courts Voters in Rural AlaskaSenator Mark Begich last week visited the three lower Yukon River villages of Marshall, Alakanak, and Emmonak. He heard from dozens of people about infrastructure needs, and issues such as the importance of subsistence and the need for local law enforcement.

New student fee to help cover UAF budget shortfall for facility upgrade

New student fee to help cover UAF budget shortfall for facility upgradeAccording to a memorandum sent last week by University of Alaska System President Pat Gamble, the Board of Regents plans to implement a student fee to cover costs associated with the project.

Alaska Marine Highway officers’ union rejects tentative contract agreement

Alaska Marine Highway officers’ union rejects tentative contract agreementMasters, Mates and Pilots represents about 100 licensed captains and officers who navigate Alaska marine highway vessels.

Oil tax referendum ignites a neighborly sign war

On top of being the most expensive ballot measure in state history, next week’s referendum on oil taxes may also be one of the most contentious.

Ad claims Treadwell company erodes privacy

Ad claims Treadwell company erodes privacyA new negative ad says technology companies Mead Treadwell founded are helping the government erode privacy.

With no primary election races, Juneau House candidates look to November

With no primary election races, Juneau House candidates look to NovemberNone of the candidates to represent Juneau in the state House of Representatives next year have challengers in this month’s primary election.