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Local youth athletes head to Anchorage for 2024 Native Youth Olympics 

This past weekend athletes sponsored by the Native Village of Eyak (NVE) were in Anchorage for the 2024 Native Youth Olympics.  Under the tutelage of...

Alleged bank robber showed up too early

An Anchorage man allegedly intent on robbing the First National Bank was in custody Tuesday after showing up too early, slipping a note under...

ASMI’s All Hands on Deck set for Nov. 2-4 in Anchorage

Updates on Alaska commercial fisheries’ involvement in international and domestic marketing, global food aid, and seafood technology are on the agenda for the Alaska...

Sustainable energy conference set for May 24-26

An energy conference with a focus on making Alaska energy independent, is set for May 24-26, has been scheduled for the Dena’ina Center in Anchorage by Gov. Mike Dunleavy.

State will provide financial aid for homeowners hurt by pandemic

Alaska’s state housing agency has distributed more than $243 million in financial aid the past year to help renters hurt economically by the pandemic and will soon embark on a $50 million federally funded program to help homeowners, too.

SWAMC’s annual meeting set for March 3-4

Members of the Southwest Alaska Municipal Conference are planning to hold their annual economic summit and membership meeting March 3-4 at the Hotel Captain Cook in Anchorage, with some voluntary and required protocols, depending on the pandemic situation at that time.

Ketchikan under reconsideration for BOF meeting

The location for the Southeast and Yakutat finfish and shellfish meeting in March is up for reconsideration by the Alaska Board of Fisheries.

Commentary: To save our democracy

Kevin McGee writes: January 2022 marks the one-year anniversary of the greatest internal threat our democracy has ever faced: A carefully planned attempt to overturn a Presidential election, which included plotting from high-ranking officials and unleashing a violent mob that invaded the U.S. Capitol.

BOF Southeast meeting set for March 10-22 in Anchorage

Alaska Board of Fisheries officials have rescheduled the Southeast and Yakutat shellfish and finfish meeting for March 10-22 in Anchorage.

Wolverine wrestlers finish season on a high note

Wrestling has to be one of the most challenging and demanding sports of all, and Cordova’s grapplers were rewarded for their efforts by sending a remarkable five out of nine wrestlers to this year’s state tournament.
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