Knik Arm Bridge Lawsuit Put on Hold; and the Talkeetna Bluegrass Festival Comes to an End

This week on Alaska Edition, host Michael Carey is joined in the studio by Paul Jenkins, of the Anchorage Daily Planet, Brendan Joel Kelley, of the  Anchorage Press, and Andrea Gusty, of KTVA Channel 11 News. The stories up for discussion this week are: the lawsuit against the Knik Arm bridge on hold; a big Pebble Mine story in the Press; civil suit against Anthony Rollins; the road to Juneau; Mayor Dan Sullivan; Homer News sued for libel; Schaeffer Cox; food stamps; Talkeetna Bluegrass Festival; and Senator Bert Stedman.

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HOST: Michael Carey, Freelance editorial writer, Anchorage Daily News


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