JUNEAU, Alaska (AP) — The state of Alaska has released 54 pages of emails from Sarah Palin's first month as governor.Linda Perez, administrative director for the governor's office, said Wednesday that the emails were inadvertently omitted from a release of messages from Palin's first 21 months in office.News organizations and individuals requested the emails from Palin's time as governor in September 2008, after she became the Republican vice presidential nominee. More than 24,000 pages were released last month, but only a few emails were from December 2006, her first month as governor.Perez says the state is making sure that all emails that should have been released have been. If more are found, she says they'll be released with emails from the final 10 months of Palin's term. No timetable was given.