- Gov. Walker seeks input to balance state budget
- Oil revenues are sharply down, and multi-billion-dollar budget deficits are projected that will drain state cash reserves by 2019, leaving only the Permanent Fund and its earnings.
- Walker seeks input to balance budget
- By 2025, if the stars align, Alaska could have a large natural gas export project bringing in several billion dollars a year in new revenues. That's not a sure bet, however, and the amount of revenue is still unknown. There are only rough estimates now.
- Merry murder — Dinner theater offers hilarious whodunit
- Photos by Jenny Neyman, Redoubt Reporter. The cast of “Eat, Drink and be Murdered” rehearse a scene for their show this Friday and Saturday at the Kenai Senior Citizens Center. From left are Allen Auxier, Charlissa Magen, Terri Zopf-Schoessler, Ian ...
- ASAA tightens prep activity eligibility rules
- Rhodes said he favored a phase-in of the new rules, but other board members cited years of discussion as the reason to implement the rules right away.
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