Coastal tundra travel open; Chavez comes to Alberta’s rescue; Hite joins Benchmark; Interior picks Nageak; Katz stays
The Alaska Department of Natural Resources opened the eastern and western coastal areas of state land on Alaska’s North Slope for winter tundra travel effective 8 a.m. Dec. 19. The department said the opening applies only to those operators with valid off-road vehicle travel permits for state-owned....
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David Hite to join Benchmark
It’s official: Kempthorne names Ben Nageak
Chavez comes to Alberta’s rescue
Palin retains John Katz
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