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The Alaska Stalker – September 26, 2018

Alaska Stalker   September 26, 2018

Welcome to this week’s edition of The Alaska Stalker, a lighthearted round up of the best and worst of Alaska’s social media landscape. Have...

You’re Furious About Schneider’s Sentence, But Would You Have Found Him Guilty?

Jeff Landfield   September 23, 2018

This was written by an Alaskan lawyer who wishes to remain anonymous The plea bargain recently struck by Justin Schneider and the State of Alaska…

The Sunday Minefield – September 23, 2018

Jeff Landfield   September 23, 2018

As we approach October and the termination dust appears on the Chugach Mountains, we all know winter is just around the corner. And so…

The Alaska Stalker – September 19, 2018

Alaska Stalker   September 19, 2018

Welcome to this week’s edition of The Alaska Stalker, a lighthearted round up of the best and worst of Alaska’s social media landscape.

Report Sheds More Light on Questionable Department of Revenue Loan, Raises More Questions

Jeff Landfield   September 17, 2018

On Friday (9/14/2018) I wrote an article about a questionable loan the Department of Revenue (DOR) made to an entity called Mustang Operations Center…

The Sunday Minefield – September 16, 2018

Jeff Landfield   September 16, 2018

2018 is flying by. It’s already mid-September, which means the general election is less than two months away. As weeks go, this was a…

Questionable Department of Revenue Loan Scheme Leads to Request for Audit from State Senator

Jeff Landfield   September 14, 2018

In June of 2015 Governor Bill Walker vetoed $200 million of oil tax exploration credits owed to independent oil companies. This was very controversial…

The Alaska Stalker – September 12, 2018

Alaska Stalker   September 12, 2018

Welcome to this week’s edition of The Alaska Stalker, a lighthearted round up of the best and worst of Alaska’s social media landscape.

The Sunday Minefield – September 9, 2018

Jeff Landfield   September 9, 2018

The deadline to withdraw from the general election (pull out day) has come and gone. Speculation about whether or not Mark Begich would withdraw has…

Alaska Public Employees Union Secretary/Treasurer Resigns in Protest, Claims Financial Malfeasance and Mismanagement

Jeff Landfield   September 6, 2018

The secretary and treasurer for the Alaska Public Employees Association/American Federation of Teachers (APEA/AFT), Cris Sanders-Porter, has resigned her position citing financial malfeasance and…

The Alaska Stalker – September 5, 2018

Alaska Stalker   September 5, 2018

Welcome to this week’s edition of The Alaska Stalker, a lighthearted round up of the best and worst of Alaska’s social media landscape. Have...

Pro-Dunleavy Group Ignores Campaign Disclosure Laws

Jeff Landfield   September 4, 2018

An independent expenditure (IE) group that is supporting Mike Dunleavy for governor, Families for Alaska’s Future, seems to not care about Alaska’s campaign disclosure…

The Sunday Minefield – September 2, 2018

Jeff Landfield   September 2, 2018

Tomorrow is Labor Day, which unfortunately means summer is coming to an end. Alaskans will be enjoying the three-day holiday weekend by fishing, hunting,…

Pro-Begich PAC Announced, $100k in Donations Pledged

Jeff Landfield   August 29, 2018

A newly formed independent expenditure group, Begich for Alaska, has announced they will be supporting Mark Begich in his bid for governor. In a…

The Alaska Stalker – August 29, 2018

Alaska Stalker   August 29, 2018

Welcome to this week’s edition of The Alaska Stalker, a lighthearted round up of the best and worst of Alaska’s social media landscape.

2018 Alaska Primary Election Central Pictures

Jeff Landfield   August 29, 2018

Miss us at the 2018 Alaska Primary Election Central? Relive the good, the bad, and the loose with our roundup of candidate and panel…

Representative Gabrielle LeDoux’s Statement on the District 15 Republican Primary

Jeff Landfield   August 28, 2018

Representative Gabrielle LeDoux (R – Anchorage) issued the below statement regarding the District 15 Republican primary. LeDoux lost on election night to newcomer Aaron…

The District 15 Debacle – Does Aaron Weaver Even Live in the District?

Jeff Landfield   August 28, 2018

The District 15 Republican primary may go down as the loosest race of 2018. Newcomer Aaron Weaver was up three votes to Representative Gabrielle…

The Sunday Minefield – August 26, 2018 (Special Post Primary Edition)

Jeff Landfield   August 26, 2018

The 2018 Alaska primary is now behind us, although a few of the races are too close to call and will be decided by…

Landmine Staff Primary Predictions

Jeff Landfield   August 21, 2018

By Landmine staff Today is the 2018 Alaska primary election. Landmine staff went through all of the contested primary races in the state. Here are…
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