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Tularemia suspected in illness of North Pole man

FAIRBANKS—A rare disease spread by ticks is the suspected cause of an illness that sickened a North Pole man this spring, according to a news release from the Alaska Department of Fish and Game.

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Gov. Walker makes marijuana board appointments; panel to meet Thursday in Fairbanks

FAIRBANKS—Gov. Bill Walker announced his appointees to the Marijuana Control Board on Wednesday, and the panel's first meeting will be in Fairbanks on Thursday.

  • icon Posted: July 01

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Ducklings huddle together along the bank fo the Chena River near the Pioneer Park boat launch off of Peger Road Tuesday morning, June 30, 2015.

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New USGS report: Coastal erosion threatens northern Alaska
Updated: July 01, 2015 - 1:55 pm

ANCHORAGE, Alaska — Erosion is eating away at Alaska's northern coast at some of the highest rates in the nation, threatening habitat and infrastructure, according to a new report published Wednesday.

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Chef at the Market returns in Fairbanks
Updated: July 01, 2015 - 12:15 pm

The Department of Agriculture’s grant program, Chef at the Market, aims to draw more attention to Alaska farmers markets and encourages people to buy Alaska Grown produce.

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Gov. Walker: Budget deficit solution will need permanent fund earnings
Updated: July 01, 2015 - 1:07 pm

FAIRBANKS—Gov. Bill Walker will have a revenue and tax bill ready for legislators at their next session.

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Gov. Walker signs Interior Energy Project bill into law
Posted: June 30, 2015

FAIRBANKS—More than a dozen elected officials, state legislators and local business people joined Gov. Bill Walker on Tuesday to sign House Bill 105, a bill that breaths new life into the Interior Energy Project.

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Chef at the Market returns in Fairbanks

The Department of Agriculture’s grant program, Chef at the Market, aims to draw more attention to Alaska farmers markets and encourages people to buy Alaska Grown produce.

Rocks shop cements itself into Denali area

DENALI PARK — Karen and Ford Reeves operate a couple of gift shops just outside Denali National Park. They sell T-shirts, souvenirs and Alaska artwork. It never crossed their minds to sell rocks. Once they started spending winters in Zion National Park, that all changed.

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