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Dunleavy prepares state for potential government shutdown

Alaska is preparing for a possible federal government shutdown on Oct. 1. Gov. Mike Dunleavy said Tuesday that the state’s executive branch is evaluating federal...

Committee formed to defend state’s current constitution

A committee of eight co-chairs with a broad spectrum of political views has formed to defend Alaska’s constitution and educate voters on the costs and impact of residents of approving a constitutional convention.

Child welfare compact negotiations fail

Tribal co-signers say their efforts to negotiate with the state of Alaska, as called for in the Alaska Tribal Child Welfare Compact, have so far failed because the state presented them with unreasonable and unworkable ultimatums.

Federal court rules against association health plans

After a recent federal court decision, the Alaska Chamber has been forced to pause its efforts to offer comprehensive health coverage at a reasonable...

400 jobs added statewide in February

Statewide employment rose an estimated 0.1 percent, or 400 jobs in February over the same month a year ago, for a second consecutive month...

Cordova pitches in to help federal employees

Cordova is pitching in to help federal employees impacted by the current federal government shutdown and not receiving their regular paychecks on time.A food...

Letter: They may not ask, but Cordova federal employees need our...

Winters have always been tough for some Cordovans. This winter is going to be even tougher and for a lot more people during the...

Changed schedule coming for NPFMC’s Portland meeting

A federal government shutdown over the Trump administration’s demand that Congress pay for a southern border wall will force a considerable change of schedule...

Government shutdown delays salmon disaster relief funding

Dear Friends and Neighbors,I hope everyone had a Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!It has been a while since my last update and I...
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