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Articles from the October 3, 2012 edition

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 By Lee Revis    Events   

Schantz, Miner and Moulton win city council seats

Newcomers Donna Schantz, Jeremy Miner and Christopher Moulton were each elected to serve two-year terms on the Valdez City Council after absentee and questioned ballots were counted Wednesday morning...

 
 By Lee Revis    Law Enforcement    October 3, 2012

Complaint says district broke election laws

Valdez City Schools District has been accused of violating Alaska campaign laws by Valdez man Tom Schantz. In a complaint he filed last week with the Alaska Public Offices Commission (APOC,) Schantz claimed the school district caused irreparable harm...

 
 By Lee Revis    Law Enforcement    October 3, 2012

Drug policy at schools up for revision

Should students at Valdez City Schools be subject to random drug testing? The question was brought to the forefront at a regular school board meeting Sept. 24 when school board member Dawn Farmer said she hoped the board would explore random drug...

 
 Main News    October 3, 2012

News briefs Oct 3 2012

Discrimination suit against school district is dropped Jacob Jensen, superintendent of the Valdez City School District, announced last month that the Department of Education, Office of Civil Rights...

 
 By Ned Rozell    Main News    October 3, 2012

Ice age mystery wolf didn’t survive in Alaska

An Alaska wolf that disappeared about 12,000 years ago just made another appearance. No one will ever see this wolf, but scientists have found that it was different from Alaska’s wolves of today, and it was not like its Ice-Age contemporaries that...