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Senate fisheries act draft begins circulating

The newest version of the Magnuson-Stevens Act out...management law and has the potential to create new Community Development Quota in the Arctic...The draft does not provide specifics on the new Community Development Quota, but does specify...

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Koch renews contract to stay in Kenai

...for and was offered a job as Palmer's new city manager. However, after weeks of...interviewed with them after he accepted his new contract and didn't address us as a council...announced that Joe Hannan had been hired as the new city manager. Bower said Hannan agreed...

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Senate committee releases its version of education bill

...Sunday. The bill adds the equivalent of $100 per student in new funding for the next three years, but does it outside the Base...smaller rural schools the three-year tenure track is retained. New tax credits for religious and private schools that were in both...

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House approves workers' comp changes

...program to one that is used in several other states.State Rep. Kurt Olson, R-Soldotna, sponsor of the bill, believes the new method will slow the fast-rising workers' compensation medical costs that are driving up the costs of workers' comp insurance...

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Brown Bears looking forward to more stable offseason

...get better each week," Beauparlant said. "Each week was a new challenge and I thought for the most part we met that challenge...Fairbanks in the playoffs.Murphy won the Humanitarian Award, an new award this season. Murphy, of Anchorage, dressed in seven...

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Bethel woman to compete in Miss Indian World

...She is putting on the finishing touches by beading and sewing some Athabascan regalia like a dress and mukluks to go with her Yu'pik clothing. As of Thursday, she has raised about half of the $3,000 she needs for trip to New Mexico.

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Widow called to testify in Coast Guard murder case

...Hopkins was offered a job by a high school friend constructing antennas in Italy. He planned to retire in summer 2012, visit a new grandson in North Carolina and then move to Italy for the job, Deborah Hopkins said.She said she had told investigators in...

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...Minnesota tourism promoters ushered in a new slogan Thursday that focuses on "Only in...the state's tourism promotion budget. New television ads make up $3.7 million of...embarked on tourism promotion, endorsed the new theme during a news conference showing off...

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Outdoors
What's Happening

...noon-4 p.m. Saturday. Lawler will be signing copies of her new book, "Kinsman Redeemer," a Christian novel of historical fiction...vendors. For information, call Harold at 283-1991. ? A new farmers' market in downtown Ninilchik will open May 24, Memorial...

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Arts & Entertainment
Alaska pot supporters make deal with opponents

...is more dangerous than alcohol.The challenge was made by the Campaign to Regulate Marijuana Like Alcohol and involves both a new local opposition group and a national campaign that seeks to keep pot illegal.Marijuana opponents, meanwhile, have dismissed...

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