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...APNewsNow. Will be expanded.Birds, squirrels take toll on Juneau power lines JUNEAU, Alaska (AP) - Power company officials in Alaska's capital say squirrels and birds are turning the lights out for city customers.The Juneau Empire (http...

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Military warns of unexploded ammunition

ANCHORAGE (AP) - Military officials in Alaska are warning the public that if they see a weathered metal object outdoors, they should not pick it up, but instead should call...

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Alaska Native languages bill draws criticism

...Affairs representative Hillary Martin also testified the bill as written would make the languages only symbolically official in Alaska and would not affect state law or procedures. "This bill gives them the opportunity to grow and have pride...

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Management challenge: 'fish wars' escalate as king productivity ebbs

...Kenai king salmon." Previous stories may be found at www.peninsulaclarion.com. It's a lesson every elected official in Alaska learns firsthand sooner or later, and Gov. Sean Parnell got a fresh reminder this past April in the waning days...

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Buccaneer board splits over Cook Inlet work

...Enterprises Ltd. with Hong Kong and potential mainland Chinese investment sources has caught the attention of state officials in Alaska.Buccaneer's CEO Curtis Burton, who was in Alaska recently touring company operations, defended the current...

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Cost for student loans on the rise

...Treasury. Fair value accounting takes into account lending costs to the government once rates go up. Education officials in Alaska strongly opposed the student loan changes, arguing costs for students in the state will increase as a result...

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Plane, possibly with Ted Stevens aboard, crashes

...Administrator Sean O'Keefe were believed to aboard, but it was unclear if they were among the dead. Reports from officials in Alaska were that nine people were aboard the aircraft and that "it appears that there are five fatalities," NTSB spokesman...

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City asks how much public needs to know

...numerous corruption cases involving state lawmakers, tougher reporting requirements were imposed on all elected officials in Alaska, but many cities have objected, saying the new rules are intrusive and discourage folks from running for office...

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Anthrax scare might crimp popular North Pole holiday letter effort

...past now fits the profile postal workers are warned to look for to identify a letter as suspicious. But postal officials in Alaska remain optimistic they'll get the go-ahead from headquarters. ''We urge children to continue to write to...

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Group says Alaska felons elude background checks

...including 173 in Alaska, said the report, which tallied the numbers over 2 1/2 years starting in December 1998. But officials in Alaska said the report overstates the number of Alaskans who illegally bought firearms. They say more of Alaska's records...

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