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NTSB releases photos, details of Peltola crash
World premiere tonight of the play "Uncle Ted," written by Sen. Gary Stevens of Kodiak
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Pilots are now speculating that the moose antlers were attached to the wrong strut, considering the wind and direction of takeoff. The NTSB has video that was taken by a hunter that will help in the analysis.
Josh Revak was never a great fit for the super liberal office of Mary Peltola, and was long rumored to have been sidelined by the heavily partisan staff, and was looking for other work.
Most national parks will shut down on Sunday, (that will impact hunters) as the government prepares for a partial closure due to the standoff in the U.S. House between those who would spend and those who see doom coming. I’ll be writing about this more today.
State Sen. Gary Stevens’ screenplay, “Uncle Ted,” starts Friday in Anchorage and will run through Oct. 22.
The Assembly recently formed up a new naming commission and it’s apparent that this port naming matter will be delayed until the new commission can get involved and stop the port from being named after Don Young.
The Army is going politically correct to weed out the warriors and replace them with LGBTQ-flag waving desk jockeys.
Two stores to close in urban Seattle, but more across the nations in cities run by leftists, as crime wave spreads across the country.
The senator from Pennsylvania kept showing up in panhandler slob-wear, and finally everyone else had had enough with Hoodie John.
A very serious case has been brought against the two who were providing services to homeless and drug addicts.
Any one of them on the stage could take on Biden or Buttigieg, Harris or Newsom. But it did get a little bit chippy.
President Joe Biden faces an array of allegations around bribery and financial impropriety related to personal business dealings spearheaded by his son, Hunter.
Dianne Feinstein passes, age 90
Feinstein was the oldest member of the U.S. Senate when she died, but for years her mental capacity has slipped away. She would not resign, however. Now, Gov. California Gavin Newsom will name a replacement.
Quote of the Day
Glenn Beck: “In the last days of her life, Democrats wheeled Sen. Dianne Feinstein into Congress and TOLD her how to vote instead of letting her enjoy the time with her family. That's elder abuse.”
Question of the week: Studs win in Alaska
This day in history
September 29,1789, Congress passed “An act to recognize and adapt to the Constitution of the United States, the establishment of the troops raised under the resolves of the United States in Congress assembled.” The act legalized the existing small U.S. Army inherited from the Continental Congress, created under the Articles of Confederation.
Voting last week in Juneau’s “rolling” municipal election seemed more like a chore that needed to get done instead of the patriotic civic-minded custom we were taught to revere.
Brooks Robinson was the best-fielding third baseman of all time.
Artificial intelligence is taking the world by storm. New AI applications are announced daily. Amazon, Apple, Google, Meta, Microsoft, and many companies tout plans for artificial intelligence capabilities. But the AI revolution is bad news for global efforts to achieve ever-elusive net-zero emissions.
It is disheartening to watch the political spectacle of “Get Trump at any cost “going on in this country right now. His opponents, mostly Democrats, have weaponized the Department of Justice, pressured state governments to file charges, impeached him on frivolous issues, and attacked his businesses.
Fairbanks residents need only look at Anchorage to see where leftists will take a city. Once thriving, Anchorage is now in a spiral. Fairbanks voters should vote like their lives and lifestyles depend on it.
He’s worked at this for over a year, because the trial lawyers were being predatory with the warriors who were sick from the poisoned water of Camp LeJeune.
Between the misinformation and the obfuscation, Juneau residents are rightfully upset at the city and borough for being dishonest about costs.
Juneau has been here before, time and again, asked to build beyond its means.
The president has already said the pandemic is over, but the government has authorized and is pushing a poorly tested shot without regard to consequences.
A look at the candidates for school board in Fairbanks. Three of them should give voters pause.
Alaska oil: $98.16
Henry Hub gas: $2.76
Alaska North Slope Production: 457,259
Permanent Fund (principal and earnings reserve): $76,418,500,000
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