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Breaking: Gene Peltola dies in plane crash
Details are few, but Rep. Peltola flying home from DC
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I’m on the road this week, somewhere where there’s a chance of rain in Southeast.
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We have few details but last night, Gene Peltola died in a plane crash, and Rep. Mary Peltola is on her way back from D.C. More details are said to be coming this morning. Gene was working on some business opportunities when he died.
I will be flying this morning but will follow up this afternoon at www.mustreadalaska.com.
It’s different than the old ones and the agency is trying to position it as not a booster.
Rep. Ruffridge is defensive about his vote on a transgender bill. But let’s just examine what really happened, as he tried to slip by without getting caught.
Sen. Lisa Murkowski is not in favor of it, however.
At JBER, the president spoke of heroism and history and where he was on Sept. 12, 2001. The troops held up well.
The facts show he was nowhere near New York that day in 2001. What the heck? Biden is caught in yet another lie.
Billions for Iran announced. This is a terror state that the U.S. has not had diplomatic relations with since the 1980s.
It will cost billions to meet the 3 million mark by 2035. Washington state will need to install 250,000 ports every single year starting this year – in 2021, just 460 were built.
Inflation drives it home: Georgia governor declares state of emergency, suspends gas tax for a month
He creates reports on the economy of Anchorage. That’s about it. Now he thinks mayor is the thing for him.
Comings and goings
Denise Koch will serve as the next Juneau City and Borough Director of Engineering and Public Works. Koch succeeds outgoing director Katie Koester, who assumes the role of City Manager this month. Koch was previously CBJ Deputy Director of Engineering and Public Works, a position she has held since May 2021. Her appointment is effective immediately.
Question of the week:
This day in history
Sept. 13, 1955 – In a special election, 55 delegates were chosen to the Constitutional Convention which was to convene at the University of Alaska in Fairbanks in November.
Biblical citizenship class
On Sept. 16, King’s Wasilla is hosts a one-day Pastor’s Conference on Biblical Citizenship for pastors and their staffs. The goal of the conference it to encourage more pastors to teach what the Bible says about Biblical Citizens.
The first in-person Biblical Citizenship class held in Anchorage was held this last Spring at Mountain City Church. It was extremely well received and another is scheduled for this Fall. Additional classes are also being scheduled in Wasilla and Anchorage. More information at Patriot Academy: www.patriotacademy.com
He crashed near Prominence Point, was saved by Coast Guard, and is in Seattle hospital.
Board members are sticking their noses into the MatSu’s business. Can’t they just focus on teaching the children of Anchorage their ABCs?
But you wouldn’t know it from the news coverage.
The voters were clear last year, and they won’t be bullied.
The eco-board that was elected this year is going to put a mark on your wallet.
The irony of the president coming to Alaska to top off Air Force One, while systematically destroying our economy that is built on resource development…
And it’s 3-2-1 for Leftists who believe that boys can be girls and should be able to compete as girls on the field.
When you get on a cruise ship in Seward, and the manifest says you are going to Vancouver, if you jump ship in Juneau, the cruise lines has to pay a big fine, which they will pass along to you.
Maybe it is time we set an age limit at the top end for Congress. After all, they don’t seem to want to let go or know when it’s time.
It’s as if the CDC, WHO, NIH, Big Pharma, government schools, and big government didn’t learn a thing from our last go-around with Covid, even though they had three years to learn.
Alaska oil: $94.74
Henry Hub gas: $2.74
Alaska North Slope Production: 459,612
Permanent Fund (principal and earnings reserve): $77,814,300,000
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