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  • May 28th, 1867 May 28, 2020
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  • AMHS to Assist IFA With Temporary Ferry Service Between Ketchikan and Hollis May 27, 2020
      M/V Lituya sailings to begin May 28 (KETCHIKAN, Alaska) – The Alaska Marine Highway System (AMHS) has scheduled the M/V Lituya to provide temporary service between Ketchikan and Hollis on Prince of Wales (POW) Island. On May 22, the Inter-Island Ferry Authority’s (IFA) M/V Prince of Wales suffered a catastrophic propulsion system failure. This failure […]
  • Intoxicated Fairbanks Driver Rolls with Child on Board, Awaits Arraignment May 27, 2020
    AST arrested a Fairbanks driver on charges of DUI, Endangering Welfare of a Child I, Assault III and Reckless Driving after troopers responded to a vehicle roll-over at the Tanana Lakes Recreational Area on Tuesday evening. Troopers responded to the area at 7:35 pm on Tuesday evening after receiving a report of the accident. When […]
  • Two Arrested in Month-Long Palmer Burglary Investigation May 27, 2020
      Alaska State Troopers made two arrests in a recent Palmer-area burglary investigation, they revealed Wednesday. On April 10th, ASTn opened an investigation following a report of a burglary on Monte Carlo Lane in Palmer. The preliminary investigation found that the home had been recently burglarized and a number of firearms had been stolen. The […]
  • Alaska’s Fair Share Comes Out Swinging with Statewide Media Buy May 27, 2020
      Supporters: Alaskans “get less for our oil than Russians, Norwegians, Texans, North Dakotans…” Backers of the Alaska’s Fair Share initiative launched a statewide media buy Tuesday with hard hitting radio ads airing in Anchorage, Fairbanks and Juneau markets and online audio and video ads running statewide. Initiative supporters argue that the legislature’s decision to […]
  • May 27th, 1905 May 27, 2020
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  • Make Your Voice Heard, Vote this Fall May 27, 2020
    Many democratic nations through history lost their democracy as the citizens gave up rights and believed in saviors that always, ultimately, were later seen as autocrats. Those autocrats (dictators) were not seen at the time as that, that was only seen through the rearview mirror of history. The sad thing is that, once that democracy […]
  • Widower to Twitter: Delete Trump Suggestion That My Wife Was Murdered May 27, 2020
      WASHINGTON – The widower of a woman who died nearly two decades ago is asking Twitter to delete U.S. President Donald Trump’s repeated tweets insinuating that her boss, a former Republican congressman-turned-TV-critic of Trump, murdered her. Research engineer Timothy Klausutis told Jack Dorsey, Twitter’s chief executive, last week that “conspiracy theorists, including most recently […]
  • Governor Dunleavy Remembers Former Legislator Bob Lynn May 27, 2020
      May 26, 2020 (Anchorage, AK) – Alaska Governor Mike Dunleavy and First Lady Rose Dunleavy issued the following statement on the passing of former Alaska State Representative Bob Lynn:  “Bob Lynn embodied the Alaskan spirit, representing his district in South Anchorage for fourteen years with pride. A Vietnam veteran, Bob served his country and […]
  • Office of the Governor to Host Virtual Town Hall Meeting May 27, 2020
      May 26, 2020 (Anchorage, AK) – Tonight at 5:30pm, the Office of the Governor will host the second Virtual Town Hall Meeting on COVID-19. Commissioner Adam Crum, Alaska Department of Health and Social Services, Alaska Chief Medical Officer Dr. Anne Zink, along with a panel of public health officials and medical experts, will answer […]


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