...million from a combination of oil taxes, cruise ship taxes and the Permanent Fund Dividend. They should do all this. But the session is almost over. And it is an election year. Don't hold your breath. -- Alaska Newspapers Inc. May 9
...Now it's up to the rest of the state Legislature to follow through. Lawmakers should stay away from the permanent fund dividend. But it's also time they muster their courage and pass a state sales tax. -- Alaska Newspapers Inc. Dec. 6
...291 points. Area hoops players make all-state A slew of central Kenai Peninsula players were recognized by Alaska Newspapers, Inc. on its all-state basketball teams for the 2010-11 season. Kelsi Leif of Cook Inlet Academy earned a spot...
The Federal Communication Commission's recent decision to increase Internet access in rural Alaska is the first concrete step toward ending the rural-urban divide.
...improve Alaskans' lives This is in reference to "What others say" in the Thursday's edition of the Clarion from Alaska Newspapers Inc., May 2. Except for some young women who the government thinks have to be told by posters in public restrooms...
The Federal Communication Commission doesn't have an easy job in Alaska, where the state's geographic vastness and diversity can be a communications nightmare.
Exxon agrees with the decision by a federal appeals court that a $5 billion punitive damage award for the 1989 Exxon Valdez oil spill is too much.
Gov. Tony Knowles' $4.8 million initiative to please the oil industry and environmentalists dances a fine line between compromise and deceit.
...campaign finance veto Jan. 24, 2002 The Voice of the Times on photographing red light runners Jan. 24, 2002 Alaska Newspapers Inc. on Gov. Knowles proposed budget Jan. 23, 2002 The Valdez Star champions a natural gas pipeline terminating...
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