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- Obituary: Emil (Skip) Knudsen
- Fairbanks pharmacist killed in snowmachining accident
- Kid star: Local featured in PBS series
- Board questions why its Bayside chief pick was bypassed
- Why did Kodiak’s case count drop?
- Study to explore economic benefits of expanding city limits
- The awe and wonder of ice, that staple of Alaska life
- Army rocket to take flight at spaceport
- Local official says increased military presence is a ‘bright light’ for Kodiak
- Pilot remembered for integrity, love for people and God
- Amanda Bohman, email@example.com
“We face great challenges as a nation. We must redouble our efforts to work through our differences and seek common ground, to put the divisiveness and turmoil of the last few months behind us, and move forward with respect, optimism, and hope.”
- Tegan Hanlon, Alaska’s Energy Desk
Biden’s move to slam the brakes on drilling in the northeast Alaska refuge is among a list of actions the new president is expected to immediately take to undo his predecessor’s legacy.
- Janet Hook, Eli Stokols, Jennifer Haberkorn and Sarah D. Wire, Tribune News Service
WASHINGTON — Joseph Robinette Biden Jr. was inaugurated as the 46th president of the United States Wednesday, just hours after his predecessor left the White House, clearing the way for a beleaguered nation to turn the page on one of the most divisive chapters in its political history.