...Corporations would be required to apply to be included on the list, identifying their interest in the development.This is an excellent way to engage Alaskans in the development of the natural gas pipeline.- Ketchikan Daily News,Feb. 19
...governor said he simply gave an honest answer to the Ketchikan Daily News on Thursday when he said it could be hard for legislators...years amid a decline in revenue.Parnell told the Ketchikan Daily News on Thursday that the lawsuit "is an easy excuse...
...Ketchikan's contention.The governor had some threatening words about the lawsuit in an interview this week with the Ketchikan Daily News:"I do want to address this issue of how the lawsuit is viewed by legislators and by me because it does shade...
...and the state with each improvement. The state, through its legislators, should continue to build upon its investment in Ketchikan Shipyard. While it is an asset to Ketchikan, it serves the whole state.- Ketchikan Daily News,Feb. 1
...what's broken.With such an approach in regard to natural gas, the pension deficit and education, he's likely to experience success that will reverberate into a better economic future for all Alaskans.- Ketchikan Daily News, Jan. 25
...slogan.The grizzly on Alaska's plates should propel Alaska in the standings for most attractive license plate. All it will take is for the Legislature to pass Rep. Wilson's bill (HB 293) this session.- Ketchikan Daily News,Feb. 10
...Their treatment affects not only the morale of the retired, but those in service who one day will be.Alaska's leadership and Alaskans understand the importance of the military to the state and the nation.- Ketchikan Daily News,Jan. 16
...choose the Stevens rescue would please him. Although he died, he would want to honor the rescuers who came to the crash scene.What a wonderful tradition the National Guard has for recording its heritage.- Ketchikan Daily News,Jan. 31
...Jonah's whale, and the donkey ridden by Balaam as told in the Old Testament book of Numbers.Landis, a former Ketchikan Daily News reporter, said she read the Bible from beginning to end as a teenager, and her imagination was ignited by the...
...and more paying down debt. That's as it should be. First, Alaska pays for what it has already bought. Then, it can buy new stuff. That is the way to a long-standing, economically sustainable state.- Ketchikan Daily News,Dec. 7
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