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The irony that Dunleavy’s ferry cuts expose.
The opportunity for Arctic residents is immense.
It’s a community investment worth making.
Young people in Alaska face mounting challenges to entering commercial fisheries.
The idea of “dynamic pricing” is only the latest assault.
After 35 years, it needs major renovations.
Dunleavy is putting his PFD agenda ahead of the voters’ concerns.
Perhaps we’re not that creative after all.
“What were they thinking?”
To Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-VT, David Koch’s wealth and influence were emblematic of everything wrong with America. But when his supporters cheered the mention of… Continue reading
Salmon are Alaska’s original Permanent Fund.
So I’m confused. Why would a Princess cruise ship have a “standard” route that takes the 1,000-feet-long ship, traveling at 20 mph through a narrow… Continue reading
It’s time for a New Juneau Arts & Culture Center.
A perfect storm is brewing in Southeast Alaska and all weather vanes are pointing to the Tongass National Forest — the “Amazon” of America that… Continue reading
We have a moral imperative to protect the civil and human rights of every American.
Alaskans are beginning to take the climate crisis seriously.
The budget can’t be balanced by cuts alone.
Coeur Alaska cares deeply about protecting our people and the environment.
K-12 state funding may not be so fortunate next year.