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UAA launches Alaska’s initial pharmacy program

October 7, 2015 Anchorage No Comments
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Kassel beats Wilson in Fairbanks North Star Borough mayoral race

October 7, 2015 Fairbanks No Comments
Fairbanks North Star Borough Assembly member Karl Kassel defeated state Rep. Tammie Wilson and dual other possibilities in a competition for precinct mayor Tuesday night, while a latest in a array of annual initiatives about timber fume wickedness unsuccessful by a slight margin. Fairbanks city electorate authorized a 5 percent sell taxation on pot by a far-reaching domain and obligatory North Pole Mayor Bryce War

And so starts another NHL deteriorate for organisation of Alaskans

October 7, 2015 College No Comments
In a vernacular of girl hockey, a actor is commonly identified by his birth year — when Scott Gomez rose by a ranks, for instance, he was referred to as a ’79. Matt Carle and Nate Thompson were each called an ’84, and Brandon Dubinsky an ’86. Those birth years furnished some of Alaska’s many chosen players since those 4 players, all from Anchorage, start a NHL season as veter

Key to Survival Found for Sailors Shipwrecked in Alaska in 1813

October 7, 2015 Stika No Comments
A imitation display a frigate Neva, that wrecked nearby Kruzof Island, Alaska, in 1813.Credit: Dave McMahan, Sitka Historical Society In 1813, a Russian-American Company frigate Neva wrecked nearby Kruzof Island, Alaska. The survivors managed to live for scarcely a month — in winter — notwithstanding st

Murre die-off reported around Kodiak

October 7, 2015 Kodiak No Comments
A common murre in water. Photo by Gregory “Slobirdr” Smith / Flickr Kodiak Island residents have been stating a vast series of common murres soaking adult passed on internal beaches. Download Audio Kodiak National Wildlife Refuge bird biologist, Robin Corcoran, says that a common murre is a small, black and white seabird and that a tact colonies are some-more common in a Alaska Peninsula and in a Aleut

Bethel electorate support a wine store though not a bar

October 7, 2015 Bethel No Comments
BETHEL — In an advisory opinion Tuesday, Bethel electorate supported allowing ethanol sales for a initial time in 4 decades — and in dual contracting votes, corroborated large increases in a city sales taxation if ethanol or pot are ever legally sole here. With both precincts counted in this Western Alaska hub’s metropolitan election, most voters indicated they upheld carrying a wine store in t

Troopers Seek Information on Wasilla Shell Station Rollover

October 7, 2015 Wasilla No Comments
A 2010 Ford Explorer rolled several times before entrance to a stop in this parking lot late on Tuesday night. Image-Google Street View The Alaska State Trooper are seeking a open for information on a car collision that occurred on East Fireweed in Wasilla during a GG Shell Station there t 11:10 pm on Tuesday night. Troopers responded to a collision during a Shell hire there to find that a 2010 Ford Explorer had r

A Selection of Sterling Beards From a World Beard & Moustache Competition …

October 7, 2015 Sterling No Comments
Over 300 of a world’s many hirsute group descended on Leogang, Austria, this past weekend for a World Beard and Moustache Championships. The group competed in an collection of categories that concerned 3 groups: moustache, prejudiced beard, and full beard. The foe takes place each few years. Norway hosted in 2011; Alaska was face-hair executive dual years prior. Apparently, a foe usually dates behind to a 1

Shell Abandons Chukchi Oil to Detriment of Alaska’s Economy

October 7, 2015 Valdez No Comments
By Erica Dingman In a really extended clarity a Arctic is predictably unpredictable. Temperatures in Anchorage, Alaska rose to a high of 86 F in Jun 2015 on a day with a chronological normal of 65 F. And a rarely cited U.S. Geological Survey oil and gas news states that a Arctic segment accounts for about 22 percent of a world’s undiscovered, technically recoverable oil and gas. Howe

Juneau, Nome mayoral incumbents tumble in Alaska metropolitan elections

October 7, 2015 Nome No Comments
Tuesday’s metropolitan elections opposite Alaska were noted by transitions in several mayoral seats, including incumbents in high-profile seats dissapoint by challengers. Juneau inaugurated a new mayor Tuesday after domestic visitor Greg Fisk suspended obligatory Merrill Sanford by a scarcely 2-1 margin. Fisk won any precinct but did best in a city’s many magnanimous areas. Fisk, a fisheries consultant

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