AUGUSTA, Ga. - William S. "Will" Morris IV has been named chief executive officer of Augusta-based Morris Communications Co. The appointment was announced today by his father, William S. "Billy" Morris III, 80, and is effective immediately.
Employment in the central Kenai Peninsula has received a temporary spike as the result of an ice road currently under construction at the end of the Kenai Spur Highway, beginning at Captain Cook State Park.
There are days when Nikiski's Mike Chenault has to wonder to himself why he keeps going back down to Juneau every winter to represent District 34.
(ARA) - Looking for a memorable holiday gift for a friend? Why not give a blast from the past. Toys and games from the 1970s, 1980s and 1990s are back. And apparently they are more popular than ever -- with adults. That's right. From Cabbage Patch Kids to Ms. Pac-Man video games to Star Wars figures, many classics are being re-released to brisk sales. And experts say adults are buying them not only for kids, but for themselves.
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