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Redistricting Board adopts final plan

Redistricting Board adopts final planIn a half-hour meeting on a Sunday afternoon, the Alaska Redistricting Board unanimously agreed on a new electoral map.

Kerttula respects Petersburg’s desire to leave district

Representative Beth Kerttula didn’t know Peterburg’s borough assembly was planning to ask again to get out of Juneau’s legislative district.

Update: Float plane crash victim recovered from wreckage

Update: Float plane crash victim recovered from wreckageA rescue team has recovered the body of a New Mexico man killed in Tuesday’s float plane crash near Petersburg.

1 dead, 6 rescued after plane crash near Petersburg

1 dead, 6 rescued after plane crash near PetersburgOne person is dead and six were rescued from a floatplane crash Tuesday on the mainland near Petersburg.

Petersburg’s Litster named AK Wildlife Trooper of the Year

The Alaska Department of Public safety named Cody Litster as Wildlife Trooper of the Year for the entire division as well as for his regional detachment.

Kerttula looks back on legislative session

Kerttula looks back on legislative sessionAlaska's House Minority Leader calls the just completed legislative session the worst ever.

Democrats blame redistricting for loss of blue seats in legislature

Democrats blame redistricting for loss of blue seats in legislatureDemocrats in the Alaska Legislature say the state’s redistricting process is flawed and needs to be made more nonpartisan.

Kerttula, Munoz ready to tackle SE Alaska issues

Kerttula, Munoz ready to tackle SE Alaska issuesWhile almost a third of their colleagues in the Alaska House are new faces, Juneau Representatives Beth Kerttula and Cathy Munoz return for their 15th and 5th sessions respectively.

Boundary commission postpones Juneau’s annexation petition

The state’s Local Boundary Commission has postponed indefinitely the City and Borough of Juneau’s petition to annex nearly 2,000 square miles south of the Capital … more

Kerttula, Munoz stay busy despite no primary, general election challengers

Juneau’s legislative delegation would’ve been excused if they took it easy this summer, instead they stayed busy by reaching out to new communities in their districts, volunteering for other campaigns, and doing constituent service.