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“She cannot be trusted to make sound decisions to benefit the UA system”
But it has a happy ending.
I want to bring to light some facts for your reading public. April 17, 2023, the first cruise ship of the season arrives at 1:30… Continue reading
I have read with interest the recent articles on the Greens Creek Mine and the tidelands sampling in Hawk Inlet. Yes, the runoff from the… Continue reading
Our founding fathers set up our three branches of government to be independent of each other. Now some Republican members of Congress are attacking our… Continue reading
When the Alaska Department of Fish & Game implemented the winter king salmon troll fishery years ago, it was to provide income in Southeast Alaska… Continue reading
Before the Alaska Senate Judiciary and Health and Social Services committees is anti-abortion bill Senate Joint Resolution 2 sponsored by Sen. Shelly Hughes. This is… Continue reading
If we follow the money we can see just how dependent Big Oil is on four of our biggest banks.
The recent letter to the Juneau Empire editor from Frank Bergstrom calling for the city to expand the market for compost is right on target… Continue reading
What if there was a market for garbage?
It is interesting that current and former employees of the Department of Transportation and Public facilities are promoting the idea of building a new ferry… Continue reading
Having lived in Juneau a year or two, I have had many opportunities to use our public transit system. Yes, the bus can be inconvenient… Continue reading
As a 25-year Alaska resident and vested member of an organized human purpose (that, of “seeking fulfilled happiness” individually, and as a community-state-nation of organic… Continue reading
Sewer line along North Douglas Highway only runs from the bridge to Bonnie Brae subdivision…
I can’t think of a better project to help ensure Juneau remains a great place to live…
Let’s not “mess this up.”
I applaud the Alaska Senate for making the first move to fix Alaska’s education crisis.
Let’s look at some of the unsaid items.
I’m a grandma and I have trigger-locks on the guns in my house.
When you click on the “donate” tab on the Southeast Alaska Conservation Council’s website, you are met with the following message: “Thank you for your… Continue reading