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Bear Bait Ban

Bear Bait Ban

  Bear baiting is one way of hunting here in Alaska but that may change as the national park service proposed a new rule that would prevent bear baiting in national preserves. With this new proposal some like senator dan Sullivan isn’t too fond of the idea. We the state of Alaska have the right […]

Alaska Election Results

Alaska Election Results

All results are unofficial, and are the current leading candidates for each district.   Alaska State House Winners – Round One District Winner 1 Dan Ortiz 2 Rebecca Himschoot 4 Sara Hannan 5 Louis Stutes 6 Sara Vance 7 Justin Ruffridge 9 Laddie Shaw 10 Craig Johnson 12 Calvin Schrage 13 Andy Josephson 14 Alyse […]

ABC News Live Coverage of Election Night

ABC News Live Coverage of Election Night

President Biden to Announce 21 Winners

Today, President Biden will announce the Alaska Mariculture Cluster as one of 21 winners of the $1 billion Build Back Better Regional Challenge–what the administration calls the most impactful regional economic development competition in decades. Funded by President Biden’s American Rescue Plan and administered by the U.S. Department of Commerce’s Economic Development Administration (EDA ), […]

Engaged On Energy

Engaged On Energy

  Welcome to this week’s Engaged on Energy!  I’m Rick Whitbeck.   Let’s go to the mailbag this week, or at least the email responses to recent Engaged on Energy segments.   I appreciate everyone who takes the time to send me feedback – even those who have a different point of view.   For […]

Engaged On Energy

Engaged On Energy

  Welcome to this week’s Engaged on Energy!  I’m Rick Whitbeck.   It is Super Bowl weekend, one of the most-watched, most celebrated Sundays throughout the year.  Families and friends will gather to cheer for the Rams or Bengals, or perhaps the halftime show, or even the outstanding creativity in the premiering ads.   Whatever […]

Engaged On Energy

Engaged On Energy

  Welcome to this week’s Engaged on Energy!  I’m Rick Whitbeck.   Leave it to the eco-Left.  Their continued efforts to make life more difficult for Americans has now reached new lows.   You remember the celebration across much of the political spectrum from the passage of the Bipartisan Infrastructure Bill last fall?  That bill […]

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