Veterans’ Day and Election Results

While our political climate changes around us, it’s important to remember and honor the men and women who have served as protectors of our freedoms and liberties. There is no way to fully thank them for the sacrifices they have made, but if you have a veteran in your life, please make sure to give them your gratitude on this sacred day.

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Community Crime & Local Elections

Over the summer, I heard more stories of car and mail thefts, house squatters, drug activity, firearm discharges, car and house break-ins and other disturbing behavior in Fairbanks neighborhoods. The Fairbanks Police Department and Alaska State Troopers are working hard day and night to keep our community safe. One way you can help is by lending your eyes and ears by joining a Neighborhood Watch Crime Prevention program.

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Upcoming Events on Clean Air and Ballot Prop 1

As your Representative, I believe public input is vital to the legislative process. My goal to hear your questions and concerns is why I hosted four Picnics in the Park across Fairbanks this summer. Here are two more upcoming opportunities to lend your ideas and opinions so that our State and local governments can better serve you.

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NEWS: Successful Tax Credit Program Extended to Support Education in Alaska

Anchorage – Legislation to extend a successful tax credit program was signed into law today during a ceremony on the University of Alaska Anchorage campus. House Bill 233, sponsored by Representative Chris Tuck (D-Anchorage), passed the Alaska Legislature earlier this year with near unanimous support. The bill extends the Alaska Education Tax Credit Program through 2024 and adjusts the rate at which the credits are earned.

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Fairbanks Back-to-School Tips & Resources!

Now that the Tanana Valley State Fair has ended, it is time to go back to school! Make sure to check out the many back-to-school events the Fairbanks North Star Borough School District (FNSBSD) has to offer. Here are school supply lists and bus routes to make sure your kiddos have everything they need before the first day of school on Thursday, August 16. Click here for this year’s academic calendar.

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