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Board of education to consider regulations

The state board of education will consider regulations surrounding how students can test-out of courses they have mastered.

Search suspended for missing boater

No trace found of Paul Keithahn, 52, of Juneau…

Pinks salmon harvest better than expected in Southeast

Pinks salmon harvest better than expected in Southeast

Biologists predicted a harvest of about 22 million fish but fishermen were able to catch about 32 million.…

Low use forces Forest Service to close cabins

Low use forces Forest Service to close cabins

The U.S. Forest Service announced the removal of 10 cabins in Tongass National Forest this month.…

Another deer found with wire snare near Sitka

Another deer found with wire snare near Sitka

A second deer is on the mend, after being caught in a wire snare in downtown Sitka…

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Veterans explore old nuclear missile sites in Anchorage

Veterans from across the United States gathered in Anchorage last weekend to tour two of Alaska’s eight Nike…

Questions raised about Bristol Bay initiative

Questions raised about Bristol Bay initiative

Questions have been raised about when the Legislature would get involved in approving a large-scale mine in the…

Moda: Extending policies creates divided pool

Moda: Extending policies creates divided pool

A spokesman for Moda Health says it doesn't make sense for the company to continue to extend health…

Small boat found running by itself; no sign yet of operator

Paul Keithahn identified as operator of 32-foot Spellbound…

Sullivan says he backs state minimum wage measure

Sullivan says he backs state minimum wage measure

Republican U.S. Senate candidate Dan Sullivan says he doesn't support raising the federal minimum wage but supports a…

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