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I’m not sure which one of us was more excited about the fresh snow, my ski partner or me. We rushed out the front door… Continue reading
I want to see children and their parents who have yet to get vaccinated roll up their sleeves.
This from a state that has no property tax on homes or businesses, only on the oil industry.
The COVID vaccines remain our strongest tool in combating the pandemic and helping us return to our lives and the things we love and cherish.
There’s a good chance I may be in the minority on this one, but I love winter. Most people I know prefer summer and shoulder… Continue reading
In the beginning, only property-holding white men could vote.
Sometimes it takes going half way around the world to learn how to “keep in step” as I journey.
What I consider Homer High’s strength is that we are a place for learning.
Gratitude: Noun The state of being grateful; thankfulness. The state or quality of being grateful or thankful; a warm and friendly feeling in response to… Continue reading
If these fish are so at risk, why is BOEM able to move forward with lease sale 258?
The Alaska State Medical Association encourages you to protect yourselves and your community from preventable illness by getting recommended vaccines.
At UAA we’re providing the tools to help students of all ages and skills chart a new course forward.
Without campaign spending limits, the ideal of one person, one vote is no longer really true.
It’s the largest sovereign wealth fund in the nation, the pride of Alaska and this month we celebrate its 45th anniversary.
Our Constitution outlines rules for a redistricting process designed to uphold public trust.
His eyes were fixated on the white spruce before us. We knew what we sought was in there based on his behavior, but no matter… Continue reading
Evidence leads to consensus among medical doctors: Vaccines are the best way to prevent infection.
The Youth Conservation Corps has been an integral part of Kenai National Wildlife Refuge summer staff for many summers. After a break in 2020, due… Continue reading
Make no mistake: We cannot “avoid” climate change.