The 2019 municipal election is ongoing through April 2 and is being conducted through the mail. Voters should have received a vote-by-mail packet in the mail shortly after the ballots were sent out in early March.
Signed ballots can be returned either by mail or at a secure drop box.
This week, after thoughtful consideration, I have withdrawn my support for HB 72, a bill that would make Black History Month permanent in Alaska. As the only African-American in the Alaska House of Representatives, I want you to understand why I felt compelled to do this.
Items in the Police Briefs are taken from the Anchorage Police Department’s online crime mapping system. Details about individual events are provided by the department’s public information office. Defendants are presumed innocent unless proven guilty.
Chugiak-Eagle River residents can expect to see and hear plenty of military air activity through the first week of April as Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson conducts its two-week Polar Force exercise.
The massive exercise “gives squadrons an opportunity to demonstrate their abilities to forward deploy and deliver overwhelming combat airpower,” according to a Facebook post by the Air Force’s 3rd Operations Group, which included photos of a close formation taxi “elephant walk” showing 24 F-22 Raptors, a C-17 Globemaster III and an E-3 Sentry aircraft on the runway.
UPDATE: Gottschalk was arrested on the warrant and taken to the Anchorage Correctional Complex.
On March 20 at around 8:20 p.m. police responded to a church parking lot on Northwood Park Circle to meet with an assault victim. Police said the woman told them she got into an altercation with her husband, Archie N. Gottschalk, 68. The woman told police Gottschalk lunged at her so she ran up the stairs, at which time he allegedly pushed her and caused her to fall and get hurt.
Eagle River’s Slocombe siblings are getting stinking rich.
For the second time in the last three years, the nation’s smelliest shoes are from the same Eagle River household after 15-year-old Senneca Slocombe was named the Odor-Eaters Rotten Sneaker Contest Tuesday at Ripley’s Believe It Or Not in Times Square in New York City.
Slocombe was one of seven national finalists for the annual contest, which awarded her a $2,500 grand prize for winning.
The 2019 municipal election is ongoing through April 2 and is being conducted through the mail. Voters should have received a Vote by Mail packet in the mail shortly after the ballots were sent out in early March.