There are two ways to address an unpleasant truth: You can confront it, or you can deny it. The University of Alaska has chosen the latter course.
UA's budget strategy is akin to climate change denial There are two ways to address an unpleasant truth: You can confront it, or you can deny it. The University of Alaska has chosen the latter course.
Last weekend the Alaska Legislature voted against the confirmation of Soldotna resident Robert Ruffner for a seat on the Board of Fisheries.
...Kron (a redshirt sophomore from Manteca, California). Anyone interested in joining the Oilers organization as a member of the board of directors, a sponsor, advertiser or volunteer helper at the ballpark is urged to contact the office at 283-7133...
The Alaska Legislature failed to confirm a Soldotna conservationist for a seat on the Alaska Board of Fisheries. The confirmation for Gov.
Longtime Kenai Peninsula resident and outgoing Kenai Watershed Forum Executive Director Robert Ruffner unanimously passed through his first Board of Fisheries confirmation hearing
Flabbergasted. That word most accurately sums up our feelings upon hearing that the Board of Fisheries has once again snubbed Kenai Peninsula residents and will hold its next Upper Cook Inlet meeting in Anchorage in 2017.
Tourists in Soldotna may have a new place to visit in the future.
A 14-member joint Board of Fisheries and Board of Game meeting has voted to interview just one of the four applicants being considered for the position of commissioner of the Alaska Department of Fish and Game. During a Wednesday meeting, board members considered - and rejected unanimously - two applicants Matt Moore and Zachery Hill. However, when candidate and Kenai Peninsula resident Roland Maw's name came up, the boards were split.
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