...The state doesn't track wolf populations as closely as the park service, but estimates the statewide population between 7,000 and 11,000.Information from: Fairbanks (Alaska) Daily News-Miner, http://www.newsminer.com
...cooperation on a good bill, and especially to Sen. Sullivan for applying his experience as attorney general to implement a law change that could well make a difference for Alaska and other states.- Fairbanks Daily News-Miner,April 26
...even a meter at a rural airport, that are important to most folks' daily lives. We appreciate when governments focus on this basic function, ensuring that our infrastructure continues to work for us all.- Ketchikan Daily News,April 17
...pick up others' trash, likely wouldn't mind such a charge if it meant relief from regularly picking up garbage.City-organized, garbage-container security could cinch the bears-in-trash problem.- Ketchikan Daily News,April 25
...their holsters and cocked them to make it appear as if Nathanial Kangas acted to save his father's life, the Fairbanks Daily News-Miner reported. They also say the father and son removed marijuana plants from the home.Body recorders worn by the...
...have clearly and repeatedly expressed their desire for expansion of Medicaid. It shouldn't take a special session to convince lawmakers they mean business. It's time for legislators to listen.- Fairbanks Daily News-Miner,April 19
...our state.We encourage the Senate to take that opportunity and mirror the House action on HB128, and we look forward to celebrating Alaska Wild Salmon Day on Aug. 10, in the Salmon Capital of the World.- Kethchikan Daily News, April 3
...won't solve the state's budget deficit by itself. It's time for the Legislature to step up to the plate and enact a comprehensive revenue plan by this time next year. Alaska can't afford to wait.- Fairbanks Daily News-Miner,April 12
...during a debate hosted by the Ketchikan Daily News, Walker the candidate told a Ketchikan...general on those things," Walker told the Daily News in December.Attorney General Craig...would have it any other way.- Ketchikan Daily News,Feb. 2
...are underway or for which local voters already have authorized the issuance of bonds.The savings to the state won't be as much, of course, but allowing for such projects to proceed seems fair.- Fairbanks Daily News-Miner,March 24
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