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The For the People Act can help modernize and safeguard our voting processes.
By Bill Lomax I’m a liveaboard in the Statter Harbor and am writing this in opposition to the city’s plan to double the residence surcharge… Continue reading
“The current proposal would create safety concerns and displace existing non-motorized users.”
Georgia’s recently passed voting law addresses perfectly rational concerns about election security.
Let’s end the cruel, and inhumane legal discrimination against our fellow Alaskans
By Sheri Buretta and Cynthia Cartledge The University of Alaska is focused on taking charge of its destiny. On March 25, the university launched its… Continue reading
This is not for the people.
By Mary F. Willson Montana Creek is a beautiful clear-water stream that originates near the Grandchild Peaks, gains a lot of water from McGinnis Creek… Continue reading
Campaigns should be shorter. But they aren’t.
Most of all, we need action at the local, state, and federal levels.
Low Earth orbiting satellites may soon help Alaska to achieve a task force goal.
Here’s the plan to help move along the baseball games, I mean legislative work, at a faster pace.
These were my encounters and are my recollections regarding Vladimir Vysotsky.
Does Gov. Mike Dunleavy want new ferries that would require a long-term state subsidy to operate?
The key is two-way communication.
Can You spell P-V-S-A-E-x-e-m-p-t-i-o-n?
On March 31, years ago, someone put a note in announcements that the space shuttle would land on Elmendorf at 6 a.m. An estimated 6,000… Continue reading
We’re seeing glimmers of hope.
It might not stop with harbor residents.