In honor of World Spay Day, the Anchorage Animal Care and Control agency and Friends of Pets have teamed up to help get more pets altered. Friends of Pets is
EAGLE RIVER, Alaska – “Boating Skills and Seamanship,” a 13-lesson course for recreational boaters, begins Saturday, March 4, at the UAA Eagle River campus, 10928 Eagle River Rd. The class
Your students may discuss with you a statement that I read this morning regarding my decision to prohibit display of the Confederate flag at CHS.
The 49th State Angel Fund (49SAF) is a $13.2 million program funded by the US Department of Treasury dedicated to investing capital into local companies.
A fire truck valued at $500,000 owned and operated by the Chugiak Volunteer Fire and Rescue Company is most likely totaled, according to CVFRC fire chief.
The Fraternal Order of Alaska State Troopers (FOAST) is hosting a book signing of three notable Alaskan crime and law enforcement books on February 18th.
The Senate Majority stands with Alaskans that have become increasingly frustrated with the increase in drug-related property crimes trending upward in 2012.
Governor Bill Walker ordered all Alaska Flags be lowered today in honor of former Representative M. Michael Miller of Juneau, who passed away last week. Rep. Miller served in the
The Anchorage public school system is one of the largest school districts in the United States. We celebrate the fact that we have the three most diverse high schools, the
The Alaska State Senate Majority wants to know your opinion on fiscal matters facing the state this legislative session. The following URL will take you to a survey sponsored by
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