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October 15, 2021


Mayor Pulls Security AND Spit Guard -

Friday, October 8, 2021

GOP “leadership” & Alaska’s COVID catastrophe -

Saturday, September 25, 2021

The Whole State Has Gone Mad – a Tour. -

Friday, August 27, 2021

The Morning After…

Southcentral Alaska had a bit of a “wind event” that began with escalating gusts yesterday afternoon, culminating in a storm that saw extensive wind damage to homes and businesses, felled trees, and the toppling of the huge spruce flagpole on the Delaney Park Strip in downtown Anchorage. The iconic flag pole reportedly contained a time capsule from 1961 that had been welded shut until Mother Nature had other ideas. The earlier-than-usual storm came when trees were still full of green leaves. The top-heavy trees caught the wind, and many did not survive the gusts and were ripped up by the…

Megastorm Batters Nome and West Coast of Alaska

[NOAA Satellite image of massive Bering Sea Storm] For those following the megastorm that made landfall in Western Alaska last night, check out the #akstorm hashtag on Twitter. There are at least a few folks out there who are tweeting the latest information from the ground, which is being picked up by news organizations, and those wanting to know the latest information about conditions and safety of the residents there. @akscojo is tweeting from Nome and reports that flying debris from the library knocked out power lines, leaving part of the city with no power, but that most is restored…