Donna Arduin out as Budget Director
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Donna Arduin, the controversial Director of the Office of Management and Budget, has been let go by Governor Mike Dunleavy (R – Alaska). Dunleavy’s Chief of Staff, Ben Stevens, just held a conference call with reporters to announce the decision. … Read More

The Sunday Minefield – September 15, 2019
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We are already halfway through September. It’s raining in Anchorage. Fall has finally arrived. And the 100th season of the NFL has started – which means I am writing this column while watching some football games! I was in LA … Read More

The Alaska Stalker – September 12, 2019
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Welcome to this week’s edition of the Alaska Stalker, a lighthearted roundup of the best and worst of Alaska’s social media landscape and political gossip. If you enjoy the Alaska Stalker, please consider supporting working moms like me by sending in hot tips…… Read More

The Sunday Minefield – September 8, 2019
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I hope everyone enjoyed Labor Day weekend. For most of us, fall can’t get here soon enough. I’m writing this column from Thousand Oaks, California. I came down to Seattle and LA for a long weekend with a buddy (I’m … Read More

Alaska woman fined for bringing goats onto glacier
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On September 1, an Alaska woman was fined by the National Park Service for bringing domesticated goats onto the Root Glacier. The Root Glacier is located in Wrangell-St. Elias National Park outside of the city of McCarthy. A group of … Read More

BP to retain decommissioning liability for TAPS
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A spokesperson from BP confirmed that they will retain the decommissioning liability for the Trans Alaska Pipeline System (TAPS) after the sale of its Alaska assets to Hilcorp is complete. Hilcorp will assume obligations on the North Slope. BP Spokesperson … Read More

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