This may come as a shock to you, but not all sports reporters are actually good at sports.
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The AFL-CIO Alaska and the University of Alaska voiced support for a bill Alaska lawmakers are considering to offer free or reduced tuition to Alaska's essential workers or people who lost jobs due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Recently, Alaskans in Fairbanks and across the state have been receiving scam calls from individuals impersonating representatives from the U.S. Marshals office. Callers tell individuals they have missed federal jury duty and ask for money or personal information in exchange for dropping the warrant.
Since 2013, Noble Paws has worked with Fairbanksans with emotional, intellectual and physical disabilities as well as at risk youth.
In April 1941, the Army was preparing to conduct the first ever parachute training here in Fairbanks, however the first jump in Fairbanks had occurred 17 years prior as an exhibition stunt for a 4th of July celebration.
News-Miner opinion: With Russia flexing its muscles and militarizing the Arctic at a dizzying pace to secure its northern coast and exert infl…