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Articles from the March 18, 2015 edition

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 By Lee Revis    Main News    March 18, 2015

Nine candidates on ballot for city council seats

(Editor's note: This story is revised from the print edition story and contains an updated candidates list.) There are no city council incumbents on the ballot for this May's municipal elections....

 By Lee Revis    Main News    March 18, 2015

Bootlegging charges result in hefty prison term

A Valdez judge sentenced a former Valdez woman to over six years in prison Thursday for her role in importing illegal alcohol and narcotics to the village of Tatitlek. Lori Ann Clum, also known in Valdez as Sue Johnson, was sentenced to six years...

 By Lee Revis    Main News    March 18, 2015

Eight year sentence for 2013 bar stabbing

A Valdez man was sentenced to over eight years in prison Thursday for stabbing another man outside of a bar. Judge Dan Schally sentenced Robert Goldstein, age 36, to eight years and 11 months in prison. Goldstein was convicted on four counts of...


Ice Classic comes to Valdez for good cause

Alaska's favorite guessing game has come to Valdez. Valdez Parks, Recreation & Cultural Services teamed up with Advocates for Victims of Violence, Inc. and is offering the first annual Snow Town Ice Classic. "After almost a year in the works,...


News Briefs

Earthquake Remembrance Fifty-one years after Valdez changed forever, survivors and descendants of the 1964 earthquake are planning its yearly memorial. The event, organized by the Pioneers of Alaska,...

 By Ned Rozell    Main News    March 18, 2015

Northern trails sponging up winter rainfall

As he contemplates another long snowmachine journey, Matthew Sturm might consider packing a raincoat. Rain fell in Interior Alaska a few weeks before his trip, glazing supercooled highways and...


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