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I remember the good old days of two years ago and before.
The governor believes the dividend drives the entire calculation. Sadly, he has it backwards
For the second year in a row, voting was an anti-climactic, diminished experience.
The integrity of our vote cannot be jeopardized in pursuit of participation.
We are at a moment in the nation – and in Alaska.
Who needs the ferries? We all do.
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By Eric Jordan I was born in Wrangell in 1949, at the mouth of one of Southeast Alaska’s most productive salmon rivers — the Stikine.… Continue reading
Media sound bites and snippets can be misleading and downright false at times.
By Rich Moniak When Rep. Don Young voted against impeaching then-President Donald Trump, he called the Jan. 6 attack on the U.S. Capitol “an act… Continue reading
As I sit down to fill out my municipal ballot for the upcoming election, I’m pausing for just a moment to feel extra proud of… Continue reading
By Nona Dimond As the election loomed closer, candidate forums and news articles revealed more about the folks vying for the three available seats on… Continue reading
I have watched him beat down barriers few people could overcome.
It’s time to try something different.
It would take several books to describe all the weird and wonderful things that fungi do.
Like every state that lacks equality, we need federal protection.
She does her homework and listens to constituents…
Setting the record straight.
Public should be part of the process.
Hands-on learning experiences are often an integral part of a student’s educational journey.