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 By Garland Kennedy    News    May 4, 2022

Small quakes at Mount Edgecumbe likely due to magma movement

While earthquake activity around Mount Edgecumbe has declined following a series of small quakes last month, further investigation by the Alaska Volcano Observatory shows that the area around the mountain has been steadily deforming since 2018,...

 

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Juneau assembly questions purchase of armored security vehicle

JUNEAU (AP) — Some elected officials in Juneau have raised concerns about militarization of the police force after learning of the police department’s plans to buy an armored security vehicle that can seat 12 officers. Critics have referred to...

 

Palin says she 'loves to work' and wants a job in Congress

WASILLA (AP) - Sarah Palin isn't used to sharing the spotlight. In the nearly 14 years since she burst onto the national political scene, the former Alaska governor has appeared on reality television...

 

A day on the green

Glacier Larsen gets ready to chip in his ball from the rough last Saturday during the first day of the Angerman's 9-Hole Best Ball Tournament at Muskeg Meadows — the first golf tournament of the season. Five teams competed for prizes, with the...

 

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