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Ed Willis

Long-time Alaskan and former legislator Edward C. Willis died Oct. 8, 2018. He was 94.

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Alaska Department of Military and Veterans Affairs partners with AFN, state agencies to help ensure safety and security of Alaskans

The Department of Military and Veterans Affairs is contributing to Alaska’s Public Safety Action Plan in a number of ways.

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Why Alaskans Wanted Statehood

The main task of the Alaska Statehood Committee was to publicize and educate the public in Alaska and Outside on what statehood would do.

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October: An eventful month for Alaskans

October 18 is observed as Alaska Day, a holiday celebrating the transfer of Alaska from Russia to the United States.

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Viewed in a single lifetime, changes to our landscape have been significant

I have seen some striking changes to our Alaska landscape. You need not achieve “geezer” status in age to notice the glacier rapid retreat.

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Have You Planned for Long-term Care?

If you are fortunate, you will retain your physical and mental capacities, but if you require long-term care, will you be prepared?

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Alaska Air Guardsmen rescue injured hiker near Skilak Lake

An Alaska Air National Guard rescue team helped a hiker with a serious leg injury the evening of Oct. 8 from an area north of Skilak Lake.

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Alaska Air Guard C-17s fresh tail paint harkens to past and future

The new tail flash depicts a wolf head, (the 144th AS’s emblem), on one side, and a firebird (the 517th AS’s emblem), on the other.

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Letter from the Editor: October

The United States Constitution, craft beer, and new jobs. It’s October, and October seems like a great month to talk about beer.

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Truth can be found if we truly look

Somewhere, circling on the event horizon of 21st century’s black hole of information, truth is waiting for us.

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Tracking the Outside Money in Alaska Politics

In the coming weeks, the Alaska Policy Forum will be looking into the Outside money that is impacting policy in Alaska like Ballot Measure 1.

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The Winning Stitch

Renee developed a business plan and officially opened her new business, The Winning Stitch Custom Sewing and Embroidery Studio.

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Brewing up more than beer

I thought I'd start my research at OMR, have a beer, interview some people, snap those photos, and move on to the next brewery.

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Party Over Here, Party Over There

Most everyone who is familiar with direct sales knows that if you want to save money on your products, hosting a party is the way to go.

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Women Business Owners: Don’t Forget About Your Retirement Plan

If you are one of these owners you’ll have a lot to think about with your business, but there’s an area you can’t ignore – your retirement.

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