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House minority leader Chris Tuck, D-Anchorage, tracks a clay pigeon during the trap shooting part of the 17th annual Legislative Shoot at the Juneau Gun Club on Saturday.
ANCHORAGE — The U.S. Postal Service will dial back the price of sending packages next week in Alaska communities off the state road system.
Under a new pricing category the USPS calls Limited Overland Routes, the agency will roll back a January rate hike that officials called disproportionately higher for customers in rural Alaska, the Anchorage Daily News reported.
Customers sending packages from affected communities to Alaska addresses will see rates lower than the rest of the country, the USPS announced Thursday.
KENAI — During the seven-year period that the Kenai River Guide Academy has been mandatory for Kenai River guides the changing fishery has affected what people fish for, how they fish and when they fish, but the one constant has been that people still want to fish glacial blue waters of one of the most popular sport fisheries in the state.
JUNEAU — A former pipeline company executive appointed to the board of a corporation that could play a key role in a major liquefied natural gas project in Alaska said he will resign if the Legislature does not expressly permit out-of-state residents to serve on that board.
JUNEAU — Gov. Sean Parnell on Friday reiterated his call for lawmakers to put $3 billion from savings toward paying down the state’s unfunded pension liability, saying it’s the best thing they could do to help ease pressure on Alaska’s budget.
With about a month left before the scheduled end of session, lawmakers have not yet decided how best to address the issue.