Alaska Newswire (Page 6)

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  1. Alaska Senate sandbags schools, breaks trustRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Anchorage Daily News

    OPINION: Senate leaders' school cuts were an ambush, and the losers are Alaska's kids and lawmakers proven unworthy of trust. Pictured: Great Alaska Schools members rally at the state Capitol in Juneau for school funding in 2014.

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  2. Will of the people? That's a laugh line to Alaska lawmakersRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Anchorage Daily News

    ... what you think, what you want, or what you have dictated by law for them to do. Overtime can be an exciting thing. Alaska Aces fans remember some amazing Kelly Cup playoff overtime finishes at the Sullivan Arena. NHL fans are enjoying some ...

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  3. Three more years for Anchorage's top marketerRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Anchorage Daily News

    ... Popp is known for his upbeat views as the city's preeminent booster, but nonetheless sees some challenges ahead for Alaska's largest city, which celebrates its 100th anniversary this year. For one, low oil prices could have an adverse effect on ...

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  4. Slate of Alaska North Slope development projects could stem declining production by 2017Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Anchorage Daily News

    ConocoPhillips expects its oil production in Alaska to be flat over the near term, as increased development drilling and a slate of projects currently in development will offset "unmitigated" field declines to keep production levels "roughly flat" through 2017. If so, the next few years would be a rarity in a basin where oil production has been consistently declining for nearly three decades -- save a brief uptick when ConocoPhillips brought the Alpine field into production nearly 15 years ago.

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  5. Alternative heat source proves efficient during early monitoring in FairbanksRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Anchorage Daily News

    Alaska Geothermal installs a ground source heat pump at the Cold Climate Housing Research Center in Fairbanks during summer 2013. The heat pump, a loop consisting of six 100-foot horizontal slinky coils that each get buried in a separate trench, pull energy from the ground to be converted into building heat.

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  6. Experience, focus on successful finish mark start of Mariner baseball seasonRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Homer News

    ... the clinic, and with the continued emphasis on batting, Sonnen said he's seen much improvement in his players. Within Alaska there are no divisions in high school baseball for small or large schools, so the Mariners will face tough competition ...

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  7. Workers begin repairs on Kachemak DriveRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Homer News

    Workers this week began digging out about a 70-foot wide collapsed section of the west end of Kachemak Drive and getting permits to repair a slide that shut down the road about a half-mile from its intersection with the Homer Spit Road. Repairs may take as long as two weeks, said Carl High, maintenance supervisor for the Alaska Department of Transportation and Public Facilities, Soldotna.

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  8. Ranger Roger retiresRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Homer News

    The history of Alaska State Parks Chief Ranger Roger MacCampbell's career mirrors that of lower Kenai Peninsula state parks. Among his milestones are: On Friday, MacCampbell, 60, adds a personal marker to that timeline.

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  9. City, Castner agree to stay in judge's orderRead the original story

    Wednesday | Homer News

    ... to consider its legal response to the order. The council directed City Attorney Thomas Klinkner to petition the Alaska Supreme Court for a judicial review of Huguelet's order. On Friday, April 17, Castner and the city agreed to terms for a stay of ...

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  10. Homer's Best BetsRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Homer News

    Just when you think the world might be getting back to normal, shazam, things have to go all topsy turvy on us. Not that the Betster has found a thorough definition of "normal," and certainly not in Alaska.

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  11. The Revelers play next week at Alice's Champagne PalaceRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Homer News

    Louisiana-bred group The Revelers performs as part of its Alaska tour next week at 8 p.m. April 30 at Alice's Champagne Palace. The band includes Blake Miller, Chas Justus and Daniel Coolik.

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  12. With Legislature In Limbo, Walker Calls For Action On BillsRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | APRN

    ... ednesday was Day 93 of the Legislature's 90-day statutory session, it can meet for up to 121 days, as provided by the Alaska Constitution.

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  13. Unalaskaa s Geothermal Hopes Stall Without City BackingRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | APRN

    ... could generate at least 12 megawatts of electricity. That's enough heat around 10,000 homes. Back then, the state of Alaska had control of Makushin. But they stepped back when oil prices crashed. Wood came on as a consultant for the private company ...

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  14. Rep. Young Advocating For Transfer Of Air Force Land To GalenaRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | APRN

    The Yukon River community of Galena could be relocated out of flood danger if a land transfer being pushed by Alaska Congressman Don Young goes through.

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  15. PSP: Tribal Partnership Seeks Modern Solution To An Ancient ProblemRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | APRN

    ... system to protect shellfish diggers from PSP. (Emily Kwong/KCAW photo) Of all the traditional seafoods in Southeast Alaska, none are more shrouded in myth - and genuine risk - than clams and mussels. Paralytic shellfish poisoning (PSP) killed two ...

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  16. Alaska News Nightly: April 22, 2015Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | APRN

    ... to the human trafficking bill the U.S. Senate passed Wednesday. Sullivan says it addresses a problem he faced as Alaska's Attorney General. The Yukon River community of Galena could be relocated out of flood danger if a land transfer being pushed by ...

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  17. Residential CampsRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Anchorage Daily News

    Kayaking & Wilderness Skills Sponsor: AGEYA Wilderness Education Spend an Awesome week in beautiful Homer, Alaska this summer. Paddle traditional Umiaks and sea kayaks, study marine life, explore the coastline by kayak, go hiking and make new friends! Sharpen your leadership and wilderness skills and learn about the natural history of Kachemak Bay through a variety of fun-filled, hands-on activities.

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  18. Faith-Based CampsRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Anchorage Daily News

    ... Lakeview Road Contact: Kingslakecamp@usw.salvationarmy.org ; Anchorage: 375-3584; Wasilla/Palmer: 376-7598; Rest of Alaska: 375-3597 Music Camp For those who want to master their skill or just learn the basics. Instruction is available for brass ...

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  19. Education CampsRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Anchorage Daily News

    Science+Music=Math Sponsor: Alaska Fine Arts Academy Science + Music = Math Camp explores the connection between sound, rhythm, density, pitch, along with the basic principles of math. Curriculum for this camp is in line with Alaska State standards and national standards.

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  20. Wolf found dead in Denali Park with cable snare on neckRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Anchorage Daily News

    ... buffer zone that banned trapping in an area directly outside the park until 2010. Former University of Alaska Fairbanks environmental conservation biologist, wolf activist Rick Steiner, criticized the U.S. Park Service for not mentioning the wolf's ...

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