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I appreciated reading that the new Regional Forester Dave Schmid feels prepared to handle the proposed Alaska-specific Roadless Rule process. I would assume Schmid is… Continue reading
Before my recent trip flying out to Port Protection, I emailed a grocery order to Hammer and Wikan in Petersburg. When I arrived at Pacific… Continue reading
I’ve followed Gov. Mike Dunleavy’s campaign and early actions with alarm. His view of his mandate is out of proportion, being almost exclusively focused on… Continue reading
Recently, the Juneau Empire reprinted an editorial from a California newspaper that called for everyone to come together to find a solution to wildfires. Research… Continue reading
Let this be the take-home message for the Republican Women of Juneau from their now-notorious attack mailer against Jesse Kiehl: it didn’t work. It was… Continue reading
I want to commend the City and Borough of Juneau for bringing our local smokefree law into compliance with the new statewide smokefree workplaces law.… Continue reading
Let’s be clear about where we stand as a country. We support creating famines, bombing civilians and killing children for money. Our elected leaders are… Continue reading
Rights for the disabled need to be improved.
Their actions are decimating the party and future generations.
Safety starts with listening. But it doesn’t end there.
I am writing to support Andi Story for the state House of Representatives. I met Story back in the 1980s when I was a Juneau… Continue reading
I suppose I wasn’t surprised to see the endorsement by Gov. Bill Walker of candidate Chris Dimond. Although both Walker and Dimond profess to be… Continue reading
Shame on the Republican Women of Juneau for using an anti-Semitic trope in their recent mailer against Jesse Kiehl. The advertisement depicts a man, meant… Continue reading
With national politics being so explosive, it’s easy to think all politics are oppositional in nature. However, in Alaska and in our Southeast District 33… Continue reading
I have known Jesse Kiehl for over 20 years. Throughout that time, he has been not just my neighbor and customer, but also a staunch… Continue reading
Working for 20 years in banking and housing afforded me a “hands-on” understanding of our regional economy and the struggles created by massive state budget… Continue reading
The future of our state is at stake.
Salmon were once abundant all over the world. Rivers and streams from Spain to Scandinavia were filled with them, as were Japan and Russia. North… Continue reading
My Uncle Frank was a submariner during World War II. He often opined that the sacrifices of those who have died for our freedoms obligate… Continue reading