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Alaska parents welcome the first babies of the New Year – KTVA.com

January 2, 2016 Uncategorized No Comments
ANCHORAGE – Carter Daugherty, born to Tim and Sarah Daugherty at 12:57 a.m. on Jan. 1, 2016 in Juneau. Photo provided by Daugherty family Everleigh Bissell, born to the proud parents Sarah and Gordon Bissell of Wasilla at 12:59 a.m. in Anchorage. Photo provided by Bissell

Troopers bust Soldotna tobacco emporium offered Spice

January 2, 2016 Soldotna No Comments
A monthslong review into allegations that a Kenai Peninsula tobacco emporium was offered Spice brought rapist charges opposite 3 Soldotna residents this week, Alaska State Troopers say. According to a agency, Soldotna-based troopers instituted an review in Oct into Tobacco Distress, a emporium located only off of a Sterling Highway in Soldotna. Troopers primarily seized 518 packets of Spice from a emporium and sent

Troopers bust Soldotna tobacco emporium offered Spice

January 2, 2016 Soldotna No Comments
A monthslong review into allegations that a Kenai Peninsula tobacco emporium was offered Spice brought rapist charges opposite 3 Soldotna residents this week, Alaska State Troopers say. According to a agency, Soldotna-based troopers instituted an review in Oct into Tobacco Distress, a emporium located only off of a Sterling Highway in Soldotna. Troopers primarily seized 518 packets of Spice from a emporium and sent

Legislation Could Promote Development of Deep-draft Harbor during Alaska’s Port …

January 2, 2016 Nome No Comments
A initial step toward a second Alaskan deep-water pier plan … Nome Mayor Richard Beneville says a vote last week by a U.S. Senate reassures him that Congress understands a nation’s need for Alaskan harbors that are large adequate and low adequate to hoop a augmenting series of ships flitting by a Bering Strait and Arctic Ocean. “We’re articulate about a infrastructure for a r

Scott McMurren: Good news and bad news for Alaska travelers in 2016

January 2, 2016 Nome No Comments
The foresee for transport in 2016 is right out of a Clint Eastwood movie; there’s a good, a bad and a ugly. By many counts, 2015 was a good year for transport to Alaska. The airlines and journey ships all devise to lapse in force for a summer season. New hotels are being constructed. The Alaska Railroad is formulation for a large summer deteriorate — not usually with a possess sight cars, yet hauling priv

Scott McMurren: Good news and bad news for Alaska travelers in 2016

January 2, 2016 Petersburg No Comments
The foresee for transport in 2016 is right out of a Clint Eastwood movie; there’s a good, a bad and a ugly. By many counts, 2015 was a good year for transport to Alaska. The airlines and journey ships all devise to lapse in force for a summer season. New hotels are being constructed. The Alaska Railroad is formulation for a large summer deteriorate — not usually with a possess sight cars, yet hauling priv

Small craft crashes into Alaska building, murdering during slightest 1 – WRCB

December 31, 2015 Anchorage No Comments
By RACHEL D’OROAssociated Press ANCHORAGE, Alaska (AP) – The commander of a tiny craft that crushed into a building in downtown Anchorage on Tuesday was not certified to fly a aircraft used in proffer search-and-rescue missions, authorities said. Doug Demarest, 42, of Anchorage, died when a Cessna 172 clipped an bureau building and slammed into a blurb building, according to a FBI, that is assisting exa

Pilot in Anchorage craft pile-up took off when control building was empty

December 31, 2015 Anchorage No Comments
Officials contend no one was in a building during Anchorage’s Merrill Field airfield early Tuesday morning when a tiny Civil Air Patrol craft took off from one of a runways, deepening a mystery of commander Doug Demarest’s moody that finished when he crashed into dual downtown Anchorage bureau buildings. Airport manager Paul Bowers pronounced a tower’s handling hours are 7 a.m. to 10 p.m. daily in a winter,

Pilot in Anchorage craft pile-up took off when control building was empty

December 31, 2015 Anchorage No Comments
Officials contend no one was in a building during Anchorage’s Merrill Field airfield early Tuesday morning when a tiny Civil Air Patrol craft took off from one of a runways, deepening a mystery of commander Doug Demarest’s moody that finished when he crashed into dual downtown Anchorage bureau buildings. Airport manager Paul Bowers pronounced a tower’s handling hours are 7 a.m. to 10 p.m. daily in a winter,

Fireworks speak to convey New Year’s Eve arrangement – Fairbanks Daily News

December 31, 2015 Fairbanks No Comments
Paul Tengan, left, and Ron Inouye, right, demeanour during apparatus used for fireworks shows after a display patrician “All About Fireworks” during a Morris Thompson Center on Wednesday, Dec 30, 2015. Meghan Clark and her mom Vivian Dietz-Clark, with Alaska Pyrotechnics out of Anchorage, gave a display and will be environment off a New Year’s Eve Sparktacular Thursday night. The 26th annual Spark


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