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State has no plans or funds to replace steel float in Gustavus

State has no plans or funds to replace steel float in Gustavus"It is our hope to bring that float back to the harbor, but nothing is certain," says DOT's Kirk Miller.

Fairbanks station stays with APRN — for now

Fairbanks station stays with APRN — for nowKUAC-FM in Fairbanks will not leave the Alaska Public Radio Network, at least not for a couple months.

As primary nears, House candidate attacks rival’s residency status

As primary nears, House candidate attacks rival’s residency statusSherri Jackson’s opponent in the Republican primary, Liz Vazquez, is convinced that Jackson can’t run in the primary for District 22.

Treadwell, Sullivan assail each other’s ties to Lower 48 companies

Treadwell, Sullivan assail each other’s ties to Lower 48 companiesLast week, Dan Sullivan sent mailers to Alaska voters alleging Mead Treadwell benefitted financially from the Obama stimulus package.

With Capitol renovations on schedule, contractors get more work

With Capitol renovations on schedule, contractors get more workThe Alaska Legislative Council approved an additional $650,000 to its $5.8 million Capitol building renovation contract on Thursday.

NARA records now safe in SLAM

NARA records now safe in SLAMAfter shuttering of Anchorage federal facility, Alaska Railroad and Territorial Court documents now in state possession.

State issues Alaska Class ferry RFP to Vigor

State issues Alaska Class ferry RFP to VigorThe Alaska Department of Transportation has released a Request for Proposals to the Ketchikan shipyard for construction of the Alaska Class dayboat.

Conservationists line up for Izembek lawsuit

Conservationists line up for Izembek lawsuitEight conservation organizations are joining Interior Secretary Sally Jewell in a federal lawsuit over Izembek Refuge.

Saxman files lawsuit over nonrural status

Saxman files lawsuit over nonrural statusThe Organized Village of Saxman filed a lawsuit July 25 in federal court over the Federal Subsistence Board’s 2007 decision to designate the Tlingit Native village as non-rural.

Anti-marijuana group asks Anchorage officials to pull pro-initiative advertising

Anti-marijuana group asks Anchorage officials to pull pro-initiative advertisingThe group Big Marijuana Big Mistake is taking issue with pro-marijuana initiative bus ads, and they’re asking the Municipality of Anchorage to intervene.