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Articles from the April 18, 2012 edition

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 By Lee Revis    Law Enforcement    April 18, 2012

UPDATE 4/20/2012: Hidden cameras found at Valdez Schools

Valdez City Schools Custodian Supervisor John Vergere and custodian Steve Winn tendered their resignations to the district superintendent, Jacob Jensen, early Friday morning after it was revealed the...

 
 By Lee Revis    Main News    April 18, 2012

Port to be promoted as gasline terminus

Fighting back against a wave of competing projects, mixed messages from Gov. Sean Parnell and an increasing sense of urgency regarding natural gas development in the state legislature, the Valdez City Council gave a unanimous thumbs up to a...

 
 By Lee Revis    Main News    April 18, 2012

Funding upped for schools next fiscal year

The Valdez City Council approved an additional funding request made by the Valdez City Schools board of education that will increase the city’s funding of education in 2012/13 by $246,387. “The reason it’s that amount is because it is to the ca...

 
 Main News    April 18, 2012

News briefs

UAA Chancellor visits PWSCC Tom Case, Chancellor of UAA, visited Prince William Sound Community College last week and promised “significant community input,” in the university’s quest to hire a...

 
 By Lee Revis    Main News    April 18, 2012

Electric co-op members jam annual meeting

Members of Copper Valley Electric Association turned out in near record numbers a week ago Tuesday to attend the cooperative’s annual membership meeting. CVEA officials announced 151 registered...