Winner of Corvette raffle benefiting Trooper Memorial Park chosen this Sunday

A raffle benefiting the 'Trooper Gabe Rich and Scott Johnson Memorial Park' will culminate this Sunday with a drawing for a 1992 Corvette.


The community is invited to come and share their ideas, concepts and thoughts on things they would like improved downtown.


Among those cut were some of the paper's most recognizable employees, including prominent Fairbanks columnist, Dermot Cole.



Alaska will receive $850,000 in federal grants for parks and outdoor recreation from the Land and Water Conservation Fund.


Two men plead 'not guilty' to Armed Robbery, Burglary in home invasion


Infant assaulted by Fort Wainwright man receiving medical treatment in Seattle


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Ft. Wainwright man charged with assault of infant


North Pole man killed in chainsaw accident


Common life insurance myths debunked


North Pole man charged with attempted murder after holding woman hostage


16-year-old arraigned as an adult following armed robbery near University Ave.


4th grader sells handmade clay figures to help buy viola


University considering tuition hikes


DOT begins multi-year project to upgrade all Fairbanks traffic lights


State sells 'Taku' ferry to Oregon developer


Air Force celebrates 70th birthday


State Rep. David Talerico issued hunting citation


Alaska health insurance provider announces 26% decrease in rates for 2018


Lance Roberts and Brandon Emmett debate on Alaska Marijuana industry


Fairbanks man arraigned for sexual abuse of 2-year-old


'Juju's Journey' and the fundraising trip for childhood cancer research


Sen. Sullivan joins Republican leaders in support of Graham-Cassidy bill


Health Watch: Body Piercing safety and sanitation


Early voting begins for municipal elections


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