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    News of the North

    Thursday, July 21st, 2022 - 14 minutes

    A woman who allegedly told detectives she had wanted to become a serial killer faces murder charges in the deaths of two men in Anchorage earlier this month.

    The Alaska U.S. attorney's office says a man has been sentenced to six months in prison for illegally selling big game guiding services.

    The city of Thorne Bay is looking at ways to get copper mine tailings removed from the Salt Chuck Mine site.

    The City and Borough of Wrangell has signed a design contract for port and harbor surveillance cameras.

    Rebecca Himschoot, a teacher and borough assembly member in Sitka, is running to replace Jonathan Kreiss Tomkins in the House of Representatives.

    Sitka Borough Assembly Member Kevin Mosher has filed to run for borough mayor.

    A Coast Guard Air Station Sitka aircrew medically evacuated a man from the cruise ship Norwegian Encore in Chatham Strait on Monday.

    The top employees of the Alaska Permanent Fund Corp. are some of the highest-paid public workers in Alaska, but with wages rising across the country and employers competing for skilled labor, even the Permanent Fund is struggling to keep employees from leaving.

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