Walker Announces Gubernatorial Run; And Alaska Native Charter School Will Get A New Building

Bill Walker announces his intent to run for governor as an Independent. The future of Anchorage’s popular downtown market is uncertain. Former state representative Vic Kohring is running for Wasilla City Council. The Anchorage Assembly addresses bars’ safety hour. Fish wars continue on the Kenai River. The federal court upholds the government’s approval of Shell Oil’s oil spill contingency plan. A new building for the Alaska Native Charter School is in the works. Mat-Su voters get a chance to vote on a borough alcohol tax.

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