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Author Lorrie Haight recounts early adventures in Alaska. Federal deer subsistence hunting reductions proposed for Lindenberg Peninsula. The Fireweed 400 attracts large group of international riders. Alaska senators split on increases in federal student loan rates.
Thu Jul 11, 2013
The lawsuit was brought by six young Alaskans, demanding the state take action on climate change. In dismissing the case, the Court said that climate policy isn’t an issue for the judiciary can decide. But for the young plaintiffs and the nonprofit supporting them, the ruling included some silver linings more
John Heller, an engineer with Ecotope Inc. in Seattle, is helping the city design energy-efficient mechanical systems in the remodeled Kettleson Library and Harrigan Centennial Hall. With insulation, better lighting, heat recovery ventilation, and heat pumps, energy usage in the buildings will be about 1/3 less per square foot. more