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US House candidate Galvin to host Juneau town hall
Alyse Galvin, the independent candidate for Alaska’s sole U.S. House of Representatives seat, has announced a town hall meeting to take place in Juneau. The… Continue reading
Independent seeks to replace Dennis Egan in Alaska Senate
Don Etheridge woke up in the middle of the night with a sinking feeling. He didn’t know what was wrong, but after tossing and turning… Continue reading
Owner of Mendenhall Tower backs Begich
The owner of the Mendenhall Tower Apartments is backing Begich.
Galvin is beating Rep. Young in fundraising
If Galvin were to defeat Young, it would be a colossal upset.
U.S. lawmakers line up against salmon measure
Alaska’s congressional delegation spoke up about state politics on Saturday, urging Alaskans to vote against a controversial salmon habitat protection measure up for a vote… Continue reading
Lawmakers consider crime in runup to November election
Lawmakers and Alaskans frustrated by rising crime rates gathered in Anchorage Saturday for an extended forum to vent their frustrations with Alaska’s criminal justice system.… Continue reading
Election events draw families, kids
Update: The hours have changed for early voting at the Mendenhall Mall Annex for the statewide election on Nov. 6. Starting Oct. 22, early voting… Continue reading
Opinion: Countdown to Election 2018: Redistricting basics
Compromise is essential for governance; gerrymandering makes that compromise less likely to happen.
Opinion: Dunleavy’s voting record
The governor’s race should be decided on facts, not misleading campaign ads. You deserve the truth. That’s different than what the slick ads paid for… Continue reading
Juneau candidates share views on legal abortion
Most say they are in favor of state abortion rights if Roe v. Wade is overturned.
Opinion: Walker/Mallott are the only candidates who are honest with the numbers
Numbers don’t make good campaign slogans.
Best Pictures of the Week
Best Pictures of the Week by Staff Photographer Michael Penn Contact staff photographer Michael Penn at 523-2262 and email@example.com.… Continue reading
Salmon ballot measure splits Native tribal, corporate interests
Alaska Native organizations are divided in their stances on this fall’s Stand for Salmon ballot measure.
Unofficial results of the 2018 Municipal Election
Unofficial results of the 2018 City and Borough of Juneau Municipal Election.
Dunleavy leads Alaska’s four-way governor race
Republican Mike Dunleavy has a significant lead in financial and popular support with less than one month remaining in Alaska’s four-way governor race, according to… Continue reading
Opinion: Begich only gubernatorial candidate to support net neutrality
Having been in IT for over two decades, I have seen the birth and explosion of the internet. I have run my own website from… Continue reading
Opinion: Why I’m voting for Chris Dimond
This is my first time voting in a state election.
Opinion: Alaska’s salmon future starts in our lakes and streams
Salmon start their lives in easily overlooked places like this.
Opinion: Countdown to Election 2018: The basic requirements
Our local government most directly impacts your daily lives in Juneau.
Opinion: Mike Dunleavy for governor
In 1994 my wife and I made a decision to seek a path to U.S. citizenship through a unique opportunity with the U.S. Department of… Continue reading