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Funds for fishery enforcement: Wildlife Troopers receive $175,000

JUNEAU - An unpublicized, end-of-session addition to the state capital projects bill for fiscal year 2015 gives the Alaska Wildlife Troopers $175,000 they never asked for to conduct "enforcement activities relating to" salmon returning to the Kenai and Kasilof Rivers and Upper Cook Inlet setnet fisheries on the Kenai Peninsula shoreline.
Funds for fishery enforcement: Wildlife Troopers receive $175,000

Each summer the Soldotna post of the state's Wildlife Troopers calls in for reinforcements.
City Manager focuses on economic development

Business owners, public officer holders and interested Soldotna and borough residents attended the Soldotna Chamber of Commerce luncheon Tuesday at Froso's restaurant.
House passes cruise ship wastewater legislation

JUNEAU - The Alaska House on Monday passed legislation that critics say would roll back requirements that cruise ships meet state water quality standards when dumping wastewater.
Rural Alaskans rank port, harbor projects

For the first time in at least two decades, funding requests for new and improved ports and harbors in rural Alaska will be collected onto one unified list of needed appropriations.
Pebble stakeholders speak out

The prospect of the Pebble Mine is a looming figure for many in Bristol Bay.
Fish guide policy passed

New legislation passed this month will allow commercial sport fishing operations on the Kenai River to replace injured or lost guides, keeping their clients hooks in the water.
Livey to replace Perdue as health and social services commissioner

...of the department. He joined Health and Social Services in 1987, first as a legislative liaison and then as director of the department's administrative functions.
Rocket launches from Alaska with Navy satellite

ANCHORAGE - A rocket launched from an Alaska island Tuesday is carrying an experimental Navy satellite designed to provide safer combat communications. The satellite will allow troops with radios to communicate without the need to position antennas in dangerous settings, said Peter Wegner, director of the Department of Defense's Operationally Responsive Space Office.
Rotary growing a greenhouse at Juneau prison

Sharon Gaiptman couldn't forget what a prison inmate told her two years ago. It was at "Success Inside & Out" at Lemon Creek Correctional Center in Juneau, a one-day annual event that helps inmates prepare for life outside of prison by having them talk to volunteers about job opportunities and education. For the fourth of the prison population that is eligible for the event, it's also a rare day of fun that features motivational speakers, musical acts and even a fashion show.


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