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The Redington Huskies punched their first ever ticket to the Division III football state title game with a 60-14 win over the Kenai Kardinals at… Continue reading
If I’m honest, this time of year is the hardest for me mentally and emotionally.
In 2019, I became a biology intern at the Kenai National Wildlife Refuge for the first time! Here I was met with forward-thinking and tradition-challenging… Continue reading
You rallied and kept us alive. Today, we’re writing to say thank you.
Political opportunists care more about spreading political untruths than accepting the facts.
By levying a gradually increasing price on carbon, U.S. emissions will be slashed by 50% in 15 years.
My first job as a field biologist in Alaska was working for the Tongass National Forest. I was stationed in Petersburg, but would be boated… Continue reading
It is disturbing to hear, as a triage nurse, the many reasons cited for not getting a vaccine that are based on misinformation.
By HEIDI HELLING Kenai National Wildlife Refuge What can we learn from the Swan Lake Fire that burned over 167,000 acres in 2019? Large areas… Continue reading
Based on the threat to public and environmental health, ADEC should revoke the permit and reject the proposed operations plan.
UAA, with campuses in Anchorage, Mat-Su, Kenai, Homer, Kodiak and Valdez, is a valuable asset to our state.
“The acuity and number of patients now exceeds our resources and our ability to staff beds …”
By Bill Walker and Heidi Drygas Leadership means taking strong positions in Alaskans’ best interests, even in tough times. Alaska certainly is in tough times… Continue reading
West Valley senior Daniel Abromowicz and Chugiak junior Campbell Peterson won the varsity races during the George Plumley Invitational on Saturday at Palmer High School.… Continue reading
Better to use all the puzzle pieces to build a more durable bridge.
Take time to consider what really matters.
A question frequently asked: Can’t the governor just issue a new disaster declaration?
We need a real PFD you can bank on with revenue to pay for it, not endless fights and false promises.
Ruthie untwists her thread, straightens her shoulders, reaches for a cup of coffee, and calculates her felt-making outcome.
We all deserve the right to choose for ourselves, and our body, what is right for us.