The Valdez Star - Serving Prince William Sound and Copper River Basin

Articles from the September 12, 2018 edition

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Employees at Alyeska left in limbo until November after word on layoffs

The company that runs the pipeline is reducing its workforce by ten percent. Tom Barrett, president of Alyeska Pipeline Service Company (APSC) sent a letter to Governor Bill Walker, State Legislators and Commissioners on Sept. 4, informing them of Al...

 

News briefs

Driver pleads not guilty on oil pollution charge The driver of a tanker truck that overturned on the Richardson Highway at Dayville Rd. last February has pleaded not guilty to a charge of oil...

 

Hot air balloon pilot with high hopes is new executive director at VCVB

Don Edwards has taken over as the new executive director of the Valdez Convention and Visitor Bureau – and he comes here with many positive plans for the community. When he was introduced to the...

 

Weight room at GMS to get a big makeover with new equipment, redesign

Student athletes will benefit from a revamped weight room at the middle school according to backers. The board of education on Monday approved an expenditure of $21,450 to revamp the weight room, which the superintendent, Shawn Arnold, said was...

 

Sharpest jabs at tame debate aimed at Republican candidate for governor

JUNEAU - Some of the sharpest jabs during a relatively tame debate Thursday featuring the major candidates for governor in Alaska were aimed at Republican nominee Mike Dunleavy. The conservative former state senator said later that his rivals,...

 

Police and emergency

(Any charges reported in this press release are merely accusations and the Defendant is presumed innocent until proven guilty.) 9/03/18 Animal at Large – VPD Dispatch received a call that a dog may have slipped its lead and was at the caller’s...

 

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