Epler started her career as a reporter at the late Anchorage Times in 1976 and was editor of Honolulu Magazine in 1983-1984.
What does AT stand for?
AT stands for Anchorage Times (Anchorage, AK newspaper)
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From there she went on to cover the Nebraska Legislature before landing at the Anchorage Times, where she wrote about federal issues.
McClatchy took over the nearly moribund Anchorage Daily News in 1979 and, after spending years and tens of millions for a new plant, larger staff and promotion, finally overtook the senior Anchorage Times, which ultimately shut down.
Today, five years after the Anchorage Times closed, we print about 4,000 of 8,000.
The Anchorage Times took up half its front page with the headline "WE'RE IN
and of the Wyoming Tribune-Eagle in Cheyenne, circulation manager at Idaho's Lewiston Morning Tribune and was a circulation executive at both the Anchorage Times and the Anchorage Daily News in Alaska.
10, 1866, according to the book by Atwood and Williams, which details the history of the newspaper industry from that first publication to the decades-long war between the Anchorage Times and the Anchorage Daily News.