'64 Quake: Danger still lurks beneath surface (Published 3/26/89)

In the 25 years since disaster came to town, politics and profit have overcome science and common sense at almost every turn. Ignoring the vivid example of 1964 and warnings from scientists both before and after the earthquake, Anchorage's business and political leaders decided to rebuild the city on the ground most likely to fail in the next big earthquake.

Race for 5 of 11 Assembly seats revs up for April

The filing period just opened, but most of the heavy hitters have been raising money and plotting strategies for months to prepare for Anchorage's April 6 election, which could augment or undercut Mayor Dan Sullivan's influence with the municipal Assembly.

Public can air views on liquor store ID checks

A proposal to require liquor store operators to examine driver's licenses or other identification for all customers purchasing alcoholic beverages, regardless of how old they appear to be, is the subject of a town hall meeting planned for Thursday night.

Public can air views on liquor store ID checks

A proposal to require liquor store operators to examine driver's licenses or other identification for all customers purchasing alcoholic beverages, regardless of how old they appear to be, is the subject of a town hall meeting planned for Thursday night.

Mechanics union contract heads to Assembly

The first city union contract negotiated by Anchorage Mayor Dan Sullivan's administration is a four-year deal that contains low annual wage increases but also significant salary bumps for about half the 75 bargaining unit members whose pay falls below that of similar workers in other government agencies or the private sector.

Mechanics union contract heads to Assembly

The first city union contract negotiated by Anchorage Mayor Dan Sullivan's administration is a four-year deal that contains low annual wage increases but also significant salary bumps for about half the 75 bargaining unit members whose pay falls below that of similar workers in other government agencies or the private sector.

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