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HB 52 would permanently give up valuable public resources to a failing operation.
Whether or not we care about these tiny animals themselves, fish depend on them as food.
The bipartisan House Majority came together with a pledge to not overspend our permanent fund earnings.
“My English-speaking brain always reads those words ‘Stille nacht’ as ‘Still night.’”
Touching down, we could feel the widened skids sink, yet securely, on what was a soggy layer of peat. With a nod from the pilot,… Continue reading
Broadband will dissolve the divide between rural and urban.
Dunleavy was silent on federal infrastructure, jobs bill.
Climate change stands out as a majorly important and urgent issue.
Attacks on our individual liberties, constitutional rights and our economic future are being waged by the federal government.
Ferry schedule again has gaps.
This past summer, I was working on a project outside of Fairbanks. While I was there, I stayed with my cousin. Upon arriving, I could… Continue reading
Kenai Peninsula Borough total voter turnout in this past October 2021 municipal election was a sad 11.84%.
By Julie Anderson Shopping locally has never been as important or as easy as it is right now! Small businesses around the state are still… Continue reading
Broadband funding is available. The rest is up to Alaskans.
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.