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From the Bible, we know that it is God who fights for us and wins battles
It’s a sunny day in May 2020 at the Crane Flat Helibase. Myself and four other “rookie” (new) rappelers have undergone days’ worth of ground… Continue reading
As sure as there are jumpers on the Kenai, candidate signs will be popping up. So, get ready!
We need to end our reliance on foreign fossil fuels TODAY.
The Ambler Mineral District was known even in 1980 as one of the richest mineral districts in the world
Many regard Alaska for its wild and free landscapes and its importance to fish, wildlife, plants and people. However, while most Alaska landscapes are wild… Continue reading
Those using aggression to divide are playing into Putin’s hand
To avoid judgmentalism and hypocrisy, we must look to a standard above our own.
Winter is a great time to think about the “bushel” of stuff that we have in our lives
Alaska is well positioned to remain a reliable provider of strategic clean energy for the next hundred years
Please join me in recognizing deserving Alaskans by submitting a nomination for the the First Lady’s Volunteer Awards
The People First Initiative is transformational in thinking and approach
As a recent retiree, I was invited by a friend to work as an election worker in the November 2020 election
Bird nerd, bird geek and bird brain are just a few of the accolades I have acquired over the years. Of course, these labels were… Continue reading
We hear so much about fake news these days. I decided to get to the bottom of this. I’ve learned that if we use social… Continue reading
How did Alaska draft a state constitution? In Jack Coghill’s introduction in the Alaska State Constitution, the 1955 Territorial Legislature passed the Constitutional Convention Act… Continue reading
When people think of the Kenai National Wildlife Refuge, chances are the first thing that comes to mind is salmon fishing or some other activity… Continue reading
Being an election worker on the day of an election can be very rewarding. I did it a few years back, and had many experiences… Continue reading
On behalf of the next generation of Alaskans, we thank our congressional delegation for setting politics aside and delivering a critical win that will help… Continue reading
I was listening to the distinct sound of a woodpecker drumming a few days ago and caught a flash of a black and white bird.… Continue reading