With loss of leader, Alaska Commons faces uncertain future

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Wrangell’s Happy Cannabis given go-ahead, but its doors will remain closed

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Anchorage police determine one man responsible for 5 killings last summer

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Elite Canadian Skier Dueling Inks with @AlaskaNanooksXC

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Ask a Climatologist: Alaska’s lucky winter

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Senate majority not pleased with prospect of income tax as public testimony begins

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Alaska News Nightly: Tuesday, April 25, 2017

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Bill requiring nonresident caribou hunters to have guides meets opposition

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Durham, @NanooksMBB Sign Pair of Guards for 2017-18

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APD chief announces departure and his replacement

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House, Senate wait for other to act on conference committees

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Alaska News Nightly: Monday, April 24, 2017

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UAA starting surgical technology program in response to industry need

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Project Citizens program puts middle-schoolers in charge of civics projects

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Two thousand people March for Science in Anchorage

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Author tackles conservation and climate change in new book

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