“Their memory is all I’ve got, and that store is nothing, compared with the memory of them. My parents were great people,” Etcheverry said.
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“I like to do a lot of things I’m not very good at. I like to fish and hunt every year. I really like to golf, not the perfect state for it,” Talerico said. “I play guitar, I like to play music. I’m not what you’d call a good guitar player but I’m enthusiastic.”
The process was set in motion after the “John D. Dingell Jr. Conservation, Management and Recreation Act” was passed in May. In a letter published by the Fairbanks Daily News-Miner in April, Sen. Lisa Murkowski praised the passing of the law, which she noted was the result of “years of effort.”
According to a Dec. 2 memorandum to Chief Operations Officer Andreau DeGraw from Bart Grahek, director of procurement and warehousing, the purchasing department evaluated the offers received and recommended granting the contract to the best value, which it believed to be Durham School Services.
Since statehood was declared, the most-remote parts of Alaska get a head start on the census, according to Dillingham, with these areas traditionally first to be counted.
A series of 14 new prefiled bills were rolled out by members of the Legislature on Friday morning, nearly half of which seek to improve cultur…
The Recall Dunleavy court case appears to be far from over, with anti-recall group Stand Tall with Mike filing Thursday for a stay from the Su…