More people have signed up to run for local office in the Oct. 1 Fairbanks-area election.
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(Meg) Greene died in April. Her estate has now funded a trailer that benefits the local low-cost spay/neuter program Alaska Spay/Neuter Assistance Program. The program has been in existence for 15 years.
Candidate filing for the October election in the Fairbanks region opened Monday, with some applicants already putting their names forward for …
"The Majority felt like we had agreed to come down here to Juneau and she went to Wasilla instead," Majority Leader Steve Thompson, R-Fairbanks, said Thursday afternoon. "We felt like that wasn't great, and then we as a caucus had agreed we would vote for the budget on the floor, well she voted yes on the budget, but with the governor's vetoes we had come up to vote to override the vetoes and she voted no on overriding them."
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- More sign up to run for Fairbanks area office in October election
- Whiskers and whisky make fine pairing to remember animal lover
- Fairbanks residents speak about PFD, vetoes at hearing
- Candidate filing period opens for Oct. 1 election in Fairbanks region
- North Pole couple charged with beating woman, stealing her car
- Rep. Wilson leaves House Majority Coalition; faced penalty by group
- Lightning strikes could spark more fires in Interior Alaska later this week
- UPDATED: Campfires banned; some Shovel Creek Fire residents able to return
- Dense smoke advisory extended for Fairbanks, North Pole area
- July Fourth events planned around Interior Alaska
North Pole Sports
Ti Donaldson and Megan Binkley gained some training time Saturday morning in the Kinross Fort Knox Mosquito Meander 5-Kilometer Fun Race and Walk.
The two teams that played for the Mid Alaska Conference title are playing for survival today in the Alaska School Activities Association/First National Bank Alaska Baseball State Championship in Anchorage.
The Cartee Complex wasn’t kind Thursday to the three Interior high school softball teams playing there in the Alaska School Activities Association/First National Bank Alaska State Championships.