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    News of the North

    Tuesday, July 19th, 2022 - 15 minutes

    Alaska State Troopers have have halted their search for a missing woman whose 2-year-old grandchild was found alone last week in a locked car stuck in mud on a rural road.

    Speaking at a U.S. Senate Health, Education, Labor and Pensions Committee hearing last week, Alaska Senator Lisa Murkowski talked about the current status of reproductive care, following the Supreme Court overturning Roe V Wade.

    U.S. Senator Dan Sullivan last week urged President Joe Biden and his administration to quickly advance the Willow Project, a large oil and gas project in the National Petroleum Reserve of Alaska.

    A ballot question being put to voters this year asks residents to repeal mandatory property sale disclosures in Juneau.

    The campus of Thunder Mountain High School will transform into Ironman Village the week of Ironman, which is slated for Aug. 7.

    The tri-annual disaster exercise drill at Juneau International Airport is set for Saturday.

    A four-part docuseries on HBO and HBO Max featured Glacier Bay National Park last week.

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