The Alaska Dispatch, an online news magazine launched last August, has published the first of a two part-er on former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin’s attempt to divide her personal life and public life by using two different e-mail addresses while in office.

The only problem is, she discussed hiring for public positions with other government officials on the Yahoo e-mail account she set up because, “everyone and their mother will be able to read emails that arrive via that state address.”

The Dispatch published that missive yesterday, along with a collection of several other Palin e-mails discussing state business on her personal account, provided to Alaska Dispatch by an unnamed source.

The second part of the series will be published tonight.

Alexandra Fenwick is an assistant editor at CJR.