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Mayor Bronson appoints Dustin Darden head of Anchorage water utility

the Landfill   December 15, 2021

In a surprising move earlier today, Anchorage Mayor Dave Bronson announced the appointment of 16-time failed candidate Dustin Darden to head Anchorage Water and Wastewater Utility (AWWU). The appointment came just a day after the revelation that Bronson had attempted to halt the fluoridation of the municipal water supply in October.

Senator Reinbold proposes massive funding increase to Alaska Marine Highway

The Landfill   December 17, 2020

In a surprising move, Eagle River Republican Senator Lora Reinbold introduced a bill to increase funding for the Alaska Marine Highway by 3,000%. According…

Alaska Republicans hold socially distanced game night fundraiser

The Landfill   October 5, 2020

With the general election less than a month away, Alaska Republicans held a raucous socially distanced game night fundraiser on the Kenai Peninsula to…

White Alaska Young Democrats quit group to make room for marginalized members

The Landfill   September 14, 2020

In a surprising move, all white and white-passing members of the Alaska Young Democrats (AYD) resigned from the group en-masse last week. As one…

Pravda awards Suzanne Downing ‘Excellence in Journalism’ award

The Landfill   August 4, 2020

For the first time since its inception in 1912, Russia’s state-owned newspaper Pravda has awarded an American, Suzanne Downing, their coveted Excellence in Journalism…

Surviving Anchorage

The Landfill   May 1, 2020

You may have recently seen a video from the Anchorage Downtown Partnership titled "We Are Downtown." We thought it was an awesome video but...

ASRC reduces workforce to preserve multi-million dollar executive compensation

The Landfill   April 16, 2020

Facing the economic impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic, Arctic Slope Regional Corporation (ASRC) recently announced a series of massive layoffs in order to preserve…

Senator Micciche pledges one year supply of alcohol for legislature if they pass SB 52

The Landfill   March 27, 2020

In a daring last minute move, Senator Peter Micciche (R – Soldotna) has pledged a one year supply of alcohol to all members of…

House Republicans unveil new fiscal plan: pray for high oil prices

The Landfill   March 23, 2020

Following a crash in oil prices and the collapse of the stock market, House Republicans have unveiled a new fiscal plan: pray for high…

Legislative aide fired for only washing hands for 19 seconds

The Landfill   March 6, 2020

Amid growing concern in the Capitol about the spread of the novel coronavirus, known as COVID-19, a legislative aide has been dismissed for only…

Senator von Imhof introduces bill to make Alaskans pay back past dividends

The Landfill   March 4, 2020

In a surprise move, Senator Natasha von Imhof (R – Anchorage) introduced a bill that would require Alaskans to pay back past dividends to…

Dunleavy administration finds Bill Walker responsible for Clark Penney sole source contract

The Landfill   February 27, 2020

After a rigorous “deep dive” investigation into the origins of the $441,000 sole source contract given to Clark Penney, grandson of top Dunleavy donor…

Juneau Empire hosts lightsaber tournament to determine new editor-in-chief

The Landfill   February 19, 2020

A long time ago in a galaxy far, far away… After the current editor-in-chief and general manager…

Recall Dunleavy “super volunteer” unmasked as Lieutenant Governor Kevin Meyer

The Landfill   February 12, 2020

The Recall Dunleavy campaign is regrouping after an internal investigation revealed that that their top volunteer was Lieutenant Governor Kevin Meyer (R – Alaska)….

State of Alaska starts selling ad space on Alaska ferries

The Landfill   December 26, 2019

Following a disappointing revenue forecast and dismal fiscal outlook, the State of Alaska announced it has begun selling advertising space on Alaska ferries. The…

Campbell Lake homeowners say they will build a wall, “make Anchorage pay for it”

The Landfill   October 30, 2019

Last month, the Alaska Landmine revealed that the State of Alaska considers Campbell Lake, long thought to be an exclusive private enclave for Anchorage’s…
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