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Articles from the April 6, 2016 edition

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 By LEE REVIS    Main News    April 6, 2016

State of the State town hall meeting slated for Thursday

How is Alaska faring in the last weeks of the legislative session? Valdez will get a first-hand view from the perspective of the governor's office this Thursday night when the town's former city manag...

 
 By LEE REVIS    Main News    April 6, 2016

Fiber optic: coming to a home near you for better speed

Faster and better service speeds will be available to Copper Valley Telecom service subscribers after fiber optic lines are installed to homes according to the cooperative. CVT will begin installing...

 

Final weeks of the legislature see much work still needed

The Alaska Legislature is entering what is scheduled to be its last two weeks, with major bills yet to be resolved as lawmakers face a multibillion-dollar budget deficit. The House and Senate finance committees plan to meet two, sometimes three times...

 
 By NED ROZELL    Main News    April 6, 2016

The giant wave of Icy Bay: a look back to last October

A landslide last fall caused a giant wave of the type not seen in Alaska since the storied 1958 event in Lituya Bay. After a period of heavy rains, a mountainside near Tyndall Glacier col-lapsed into...

 

Legal and public notices

NOTICE OF THE 55th ANNUAL MEETING COPPER VALLEY TELEPHONE COOPERATIVE Valdez District Registration: 5:30 PM Wednesday, April 27, 2016 Meeting: 6:30 PM Valdez Civic Center AGENDA 1. Call to Order, Determination of Quorum, Notice of Meeting 2....

 

Police and emergency

(Any charges reported in this press release are merely accusations and the Defendant is presumed innocent until proven guilty.) 03/28 MVA-D: A caller reported their vehicle rolled while traveling inbound on the Richardson Hwy by Rainbow Apartments. B...

 
 By LEE REVIS    Events   

Terror drill scaled back last week after Virginia trooper shooting

Last week's terror drill was scaled back after a Virginia trooper was shot during a similar exercise at a bus station. Thursday, Mike Sutton, Exercise Director from the State of Alaska Division of...

 

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