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Gunalchéesh to Juneau and to those who made this summit possible.
The White House lack of compassion is just not acceptable to Alaskans.
Changing our future requires local government and the private sector to work togethe…
Reinstate the Alaska Coastal Management Program.
Sustainability means investing in keeping Alaska as healthy as possible.
This project is less about trying to improve transportation than serving political ideology.
Now, the discrimination sword is pointing to our gay and transgender friends and families.
The latest debate over a commercial use permit to use city land for a bike tour seems overblown.
In January, the new COMPACT Act went into effect across the U.S. The COMPACT Act is the Veterans Comprehensive Prevention, Access to Care and Treatment… Continue reading
It has been a long, difficult week for queer and trans Alaskans like me.
“Ultimate investment in the status quo” is not what I voted for.
God in the Bible makes it clear that we are to care for the vulnerable among us.
The Assembly should reduce the actual amount of household property tax collection below last year’s.
Not producing in ANWR could probably generate a lot of money for Alaska.
Newspapers have always had a positive role in improving mental health care in America. For over 100-years, investigative reporters have been willing to go where… Continue reading
Alaska will not stand by quietly as WFC tries to wipe Alaska’s fishing families off the map.
Opinion: Broken promises and stonewalling since last B.C. mining ministry visit make it clear meaningful international action is needed
Why would we settle for anything less?
The state Senate was right to unanimously reject giving a 20% pay raise to Gov. Mike Dunleavy. Not because he’s failed to deliver a sustainable… Continue reading
The road is a quiet place with diverse topography and scenery…
Look for AYEA students standing by Juneau Composts! bins in the commons…