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The crisis isn’t new.
“Today America is not an anti-Semitic or racist country.”
Alaskans have until Aug. 31 to go back online and sign up for Pick.Click.Give.
By Katie Botz I once had a dream when I was young that every daughter, sister, mother, aunt and grandmother didn’t have to look behind… Continue reading
By James B. Gottstein While not perfect, HB172 passed by the Legislature on May 17 has the possibility of dramatically improving the lives of people… Continue reading
Let’s hope that the federal government changes course quickly.
The hatred that’s crept its way into American politics is new. The violence it’s spawned is newer yet.
Voters should have the opportunity to decide on an issue.
By Jim Clark Alaska is fortunate to have so many folks willing to spend the time, effort, and money to run in the special election… Continue reading
Cruise-related problems are the question.
Money — not the Dems — is calling the shots.
We need to ability to get more in-depth news about our government’s decision making.
Wednesdays’ Empire had a My Turn by Judy Crondahl making numerous assumptions and untrue allegations and I felt it quite necessary to set the record… Continue reading
Our fisheries feed the world and sustain our unique cultures and communities.
Psychiatric patients could offer valuable insight into how to improve their treatment.
As a homeowner, I will not be suckered into signing the petition to repeal the disclosure ordinance.
I don’t go to the glacier in the summer now to hike or watch bears.
“All these conservative people just spent all our money”
We once had a secure, accountable, and user friendly election system.
By Win Gruening For those of you tired of reading about Juneau’s (CBJ) municipal budget, my column this week will not provide any relief. But… Continue reading