907 Updates December 30, 2016

Tegan Hanlon: Anchorage gang loyalists sentenced for drugs, guns, money laundering

 

Boo-freakin’-hoo
Nathaniel Herz: Alaska’s budget crisis hits lawmakers where it hurts: their stomachs

 

Tegan Hanlon: Anchorage gang loyalists sentenced for drugs, guns, money laundering

 

Zaz Hollander: Amid rising crime concerns, Mat-Su residents to talk public safety

 

Mike Dunham: Alaska military historian John Cloe dead at 78

 

Mike Campbell: Clamming shut down again on Kenai Peninsula beaches

 

Ned Rozell: Remembering a giant among the Alaska science community

 

Nothing sounds good.
Riza Brown, Mara Severin: Here are the 10 best dishes our food reviewers ate in Anchorage this year

 

Mike Dunham: Nine Alaskans have been selected to receive the 2017 Governor’s Awards for the Arts and Humanities at a gala in Juneau on Jan. 26. They are:

-Robert Banghart of Juneau, for distinguished service to the humanities

-Marilyn Davidson of Kodiak, for arts education

-Charlotte Fox of Anchorage, for lifetime achievement in the arts

-Lani Hotch of Klukwan, for arts business leadership

-Kathleen Carlo Kendall of Fairbanks, for Alaska Native arts

-Heather Lende of Haines, for distinguished service to the humanities

-Lance Petersen of Homer, for individual artist

-Robert Sparks of Kenai, for Alaska studies educator of the year

-Shirley Mae Springer Staten of Anchorage, for distinguished service to the humanities

 

Kirk Johnson, The New York Times: Alaska faces a pilot shortage. Could the state become a proving ground for pilotless aircraft?

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