Half of the money that doesn’t go to dividends would pay for state education funding.
Dozens of Alaskans shared frustration and anger over pandemic restrictions, COVID-19 vaccines and what they see as the medical community’s suppression of alternative treatments for the virus at a gathering Monday at Anchorage Baptist Temple.
Federal bycatch data shows trawl fisheries in the Bering Sea and Gulf of Alaska this year have caught tens of thousands of chinook salmon, millions of pounds of halibut and hundreds of thousands of crabs.
Vic Fischer, the last surviving delegate from the 1955 Alaska Constitutional Convention, has said now is not the time for another one.
A Fish and Game scoping document addresses Governor Mike Dunleavy’s proposal to provide hunting opportunities by transplanting deer to the Palmer and Wasilla area.
Shirley Marquardt and Wanetta Ayers will join the recently formed Alaska Marine Highway Operations Board.
Matherly says the newly reconfigured Senate District P helped him decide to run.
Justice Peter Maassen wrote that the record from Alaska’s constitutional convention showed the importance the delegates placed on holding a joint session for votes on the governor’s appointments.
All three members who were appointed by Republican elected officials supported the map; the two who were not appointed by Republican officials opposed it.
Two board members expressed concern that the voting strength of racial minorities in South Muldoon would be weakened by putting it in the same Senate district as Eagle River.