As people in Western Alaska prepare for winter, one Alaskan has taken on a small goal – get help for one small community. So far, it’s working in Nunam Iqua … thanks to the internet.
Monthly Archives: November 2009
Tammie Wilson today (Tuesday) was named to replace John Coghill in the state House District Eleven seat. Coghill resigned earlier this month to fill a vacancy in the Senate. Continue reading
Legislators today (Tuesday) began looking at the merit-based scholarship program proposed by Governor Parnell last month. Continue reading
Eighty-seven communities in Alaska will get a budget boost from the federal government within the next week as the state mails out about fourteen million dollars in grants from the Government Services Fund.
Federal gas pipeline coordinator Drue Pearce resigned her position this morning at the request of the White House. Continue reading
House Democrats yesterday (Sunday) confirmed the appointment of Neal Foster of Nome to take the place of his father, Richard, who died in office last month. Continue reading
The Pioneer Homes administrators and nurses have found a way to let veterans who reside at the state-owned assisted living facilities receive the free medicine to which they have a right. Continue reading
Governor Parnell says Alaska needs to spend more time – and money – taking care of what it’s got.
Republican Bill Walker today (Wednesday) staked out his turf in next year’s race for the governor’s office – he wants to put a stop to the current state-sanctioned gas line development project, known as AGIA. Continue reading