Alaska State House Passes $2,273 PFD By 23-17 Votes: Now Goes On To More Cautious Senate

PERMANENT FUND DIVIDEND  Permanent Fund Dividend Would Be $2,273 If State House Has Its Way  But Senate May Drop The Check To $1,370  The Ho...

Alaska & Texas Top The Statistics On Fatal Crashes Involving Construction Zones, Study Says

TEXAS & ALASKA HAVE SOMETHING IN COMMON BESIDES BEING "BIG"   Alaskan Road Construction (Photo by Country Journal)   Texas Is ...

47-Year Old Mentasta Woman Arrested After Domestic Violence Report, Troopers Say

Troopers Say They Responded Along With Village Public Safety Officers  Location:   Mentasta  Type:  Criminal Mischief 5  Dispatch Text:  On ...

Can Of Worms. Scientists Open Up Old Cans Of Alaska Salmon... And Find The Parasites They Hoped For

Looking For Worms In All The Right Places... 40 Year Old Cans Of Alaska Salmon  Salmon Can Display From Kenai Canneries In The Kasilof Museu...

You Must Be Kidding! Four April 2024 Grass Fires Reported Already In Delta Junction

IT'S SPRING... SOMEWHERE  With Much Of The State Still Blanketed In Snow, Delta Junction Has Enough Uncovered Grassland To Launch Early ...

Wayback. How The Copper Valley's EMS Ambulance Response System Worked In 1988

 THE COUNTRY JOURNAL ARCHIVES  What Happened When There Was A Car Wreck Somewhere In The Copper Valley?   ...In Pictures   SPRING, 1988 

April Report From School District Superintendent: Are You Interested In Summer School?

School Superintendent Board Report Superintendent Theresa Laville April 2, 2024 Kenny Lake School "Iditaread" Finshers. (Photo, CR...

Grant That Funds Programs To Get Alaskans To Higher Ground During Tsunamis May Be Cut

$700,000 Alaskan Tsunami Hazard Grant In Danger Of Being Cut  Earthquake, Volcano & Tsunami Zones. (U.S. Geological Survey)  The Nationa...

Road Construction Begins At Mile 34-42 Of Glenn Highway Between Parks Highway Interchange And Palmer

Watch For Heavy Construction When Headed To Anchorage  Flagger On An Alaskan Road. (Photo by Copper River Country Journal)  ROAD WORK HAS BE...

Governor's Veto Of Education Funding Bill Triggers Student Walkouts All Over Alaska

ALASKA BEACON PHOTO, CLAIRE STREMPLE  STORY FROM ALASKA BEACON  Alaska high school students walk out of class to protest Gov. Dunleavy’s edu...

Check Out The News From Delta Junction, Which Has Same Ambulance Problems As Copper Valley

Committee Met March 28th, 2024 In Delta Junction. Copper Valley & Delta Both Served By Delta Medical Transport Ambulance  Link Below To ...

Lawmakers Say $4 Million Is Too Much And Reject Shelter Funding For Up To 900 Anchorage Homeless

LEGISLATORS DON'T SEE  CITY'S HOMELESSNESS AS "ALASKAN" PROBLEM  Anchorage To Close Shelter May 31st, Asked Legislators To...

Alaska Is One Of 11 States To Sue US Government & Block College Loan Relief

UAA Entrance In Anchorage (Wikipedia)  State Blocks Helping Students With High College Loans   Alaska, April 2024   Eleven Republican-led st...

The Bridges Of Copper River Country – And The Rest Of Alaska – Are In Constant Need Of Repair

COPPER RIVER COUNTRY JOURNAL  COMMENTARY  Easter Sunday, March 31st, 2024  Collapse Of A Major Bridge Linking The Entire East Coast of Ameri...

Easter, 1990: Harding Ewan At Tok Cutoff Mile 1 Viewing Hundreds Of Caribou In Nelchina Herd

The Coming Of Spring  Mile 1 Tok Cutoff Overlook (Photo by Copper River Country Journal)  Thirty-four years ago this spring the Nelchin...

EVENTS: Moose Creek’s Yearly Tantrum: Glennallen Improvement Corporation Will Meet With The Public At The American Legion April 1st

APRIL 1ST MEETING ABOUT MOOSE CREEK FLOODING THIS SPRING  Moose Creek in Spring, 2023 (Journal archives)  Spring flood planning meeting on A...

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