Docs vs. State of Alaska lawsuit over insurance
Oliver Anthony will sing his heart out at Alaska State Fair in '24
Good morning from Somewhere in Alaska!
Two people are still missing, including Derek Heller, age 12. An entire family was buried last week in the tragic Wrangell disaster.
Alaska’s state budget condition was the strongest in the nation in 2022, with a surplus of $20.9 billion, according to the state’s latest audited financial report for fiscal year 2022. The findings come from Truth in Accounting.
Must Read Alaska readers are going to be there. Tickets and information here.
Insurance companies have been pressing to lower their reimbursements to doctors in Alaska, and now they’ve convinced the State Division of Insurance to take the insurance industry’s side.
Who says politicians get special treatment? Former state Rep. Gabrielle LeDoux, a Republican from Anchorage, was scheduled to stand trial next week for election fraud. But the trial has been delayed once more.
Who knew Bethel was a hotbed of union organizing. Oh, it’s Mary Peltola’s turf, so yes, that makes sense.
The murder took place in 2019, and the plea deals just keep on coming.
It’s been quite the holiday week in Anchorage, what with all the bullets flying.
They are so quiet about the rape and torture atrocities committed by Hamas. Their silence is deafening.
The war in Gaza seems to have spread to streets from Seattle to Burlington.
Forget about self-driving cars. The new idea is that if you drive past the speed limit of a certain area, the car will throttle you back, courtesy of GPS linked to the federal government.
Can the federal government force a church to pay for elective abortions if it is against the congregation’s beliefs?
While the Biden Administration threatens to eliminate gas cooking stoves, Veep Kamala Harris shows off hers for Thanksgiving.
If not, you may be charged with child abuse, the feds are proposing. Exactly how is this going to help recruit more foster parents?
A new genre of crazy — transgender+Antifa attacking women defending women.
Who has filed
Undeclared (Democrat) Walter Featherly filed as a candidate for House against Anchorage Republican Rep. Julie Coulombe, who won in 2022 against Featherly, 3,677 to 3,565 after Ross Beiling’s voters were redistributed in ranked choice voting.
Question of the week: Are you planning to cut back on spending this Christmas?
Results of last week’s question:
This day in history
Nov. 28, 1874, Chaim Weizmann, the first president of Israel, was born.
Downing: Say their names: Israeli women and girls raped tortured, murdered, as women’s rights groups look away
Jay McDonald: Campaign finance laws must not be weaponized
But the Democrats have done just that, repeatedly, and it’s time to fight back, he says.
Alaska oil: $83.29
Henry Hub gas: $2.86
Alaska North Slope Production: 473,117
Permanent Fund (principal and earnings reserve): $76,568,700,000
Must Read Alaska LLC | 200 W. 34th Ave. #220, Anchorage, AK 99503