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Boostaro Reviews (Consumer Alert) SCAM Exposed! Serious Side Effects Warning!

Intimate health is an essential but often overlooked topic, shrouded in secrecy and societal taboos. This silence is especially pronounced when it comes to men… Continue reading

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Beverly Hills MD Dermal Repair Complex Reviews: Does It Work?

Dermal Repair Complex is a groundbreaking anti-aging supplement formulated with a blend of skin-tightening compounds found to help promote a more youthful, radiant-looking complexion. According… Continue reading

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Minister’s Message: Witnessing light

When the nights are longest, when the darkness is deepest, into our midst steps Jesus

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Best Ashwagandha Supplements Reviewed (2024)

Ashwagandha is an Ayurvedic herb that has been praised for its ability to aid the body in effectively responding to stress. Also, the herb’s multifaceted… Continue reading

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The Mendenhall Glacier and surrounding area is seen under an overcast sky on May 12, 2023. A federal order bans mineral extraction activities such as mining in an expanded area of land surrounding the glacier for the next 20 years. (Ben Hohenstatt / Juneau Empire File)

As ecosystems change, so must environmental laws

Climate change is melting glaciers and creating new salmon habitat in the Taku, Stikine and Unuk rivers — but being staked for gold mining

The Mendenhall Glacier and surrounding area is seen under an overcast sky on May 12, 2023. A federal order bans mineral extraction activities such as mining in an expanded area of land surrounding the glacier for the next 20 years. (Ben Hohenstatt / Juneau Empire File)
Gov. Mike Dunleavy speaks during a news conference. (Clarise Larson / Juneau Empire File)

Opinion: FY25 budget reflects a policy of priorities over oil prices

As governor, it’s my responsibility to ensure that our finite resources are invested in accordance with the constitutional requirement to maximize the benefits to Alaskans

Gov. Mike Dunleavy speaks during a news conference. (Clarise Larson / Juneau Empire File)
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Opinion: Is there a Santa Claus who can deliver education funding?

Santa could you please include something in your pack to raise the Base Student Allocation?

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Doug Vincent-Lang is commissioner of the Alaska Department of Fish and Game. (Courtesy Photo)

Opinion: Banning Russian seafood imports is good for Alaska

Alaska has been under attack for almost a decade by Russia’s lack of sustainable fishing practices and artificially low prices

Doug Vincent-Lang is commissioner of the Alaska Department of Fish and Game. (Courtesy Photo)
The Alaska State Capitol is seen in Juneau, Alaska. (Clarise Larson / Juneau Empire File)
The Alaska State Capitol is seen in Juneau, Alaska. (Clarise Larson / Juneau Empire File)
Former Gov. Frank Murkowski speaks on a range of subjects during an interview with the Juneau Empire in May 2019. (Michael Penn / Juneau Empire File)

Opinion: Service to the country

Is there a means by which we can bring about common sense and stability through a shared experience?

Former Gov. Frank Murkowski speaks on a range of subjects during an interview with the Juneau Empire in May 2019. (Michael Penn / Juneau Empire File)
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Minister’s Message: Walk in the light this Christmas

The Bible says the Lord God will be the light and those walking in that light will forever rejoice

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Best Loans For Bad Credit – Instant Approval in 2024

If you have a bad credit score and a poor credit history in this era of financial uncertainties, you probably are having a hard time… Continue reading

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Minister’s Message: Embracing the awaiting awe

It is a common practice for me to share words of encouragement with those who find themselves in need of medical attention

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"Specific Gravity, a multimedia work by Michael Armstrong is on display in Homer Council on the Arts' "Fun with 5x7" show in November and December 2023. Photo by Michael Armstrong

A life guided by art

Former Homer News editor Michael Armstrong pursues his creative life

"Specific Gravity, a multimedia work by Michael Armstrong is on display in Homer Council on the Arts' "Fun with 5x7" show in November and December 2023. Photo by Michael Armstrong
The Alaska Permanent Fund Corp. building in Juneau. (Clarise Larson/Juneau Empire)

Point of View: Permanent fund management should be improved

We need a bigger board, with longer terms, made up from a field of highly respected investment experts

The Alaska Permanent Fund Corp. building in Juneau. (Clarise Larson/Juneau Empire)
A sign welcomes people to the City of Soldotna on May 1, 2019, in Soldotna, Alaska. (Peninsula Clarion file)

Opinion: Bad time for a bed tax

Our community is being burdened with an economy that has prices increasing all around us

A sign welcomes people to the City of Soldotna on May 1, 2019, in Soldotna, Alaska. (Peninsula Clarion file)
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Minister’s Message: The hope of Christmas

History tells us that Jesus factually lived and later died on the cross. Therefore, the Christmas story is true history

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The LeConte ferry coated with cold-season ice. (Photo courtesy of the Alaska Marine Highway System)

Opinion: How not to build a lasting legacy of failure

Last week the Federal Transit Administration announced it was awarding $131 million in grants for the Alaska Marine Highway System (AMHS). That’s in addition to… Continue reading

The LeConte ferry coated with cold-season ice. (Photo courtesy of the Alaska Marine Highway System)
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An eight-week-old sea otter rescued from Seldovia, Alaska, peaks out of his enclosure at Shedd Aquarium Wednesday, Dec. 6 in Chicago. The otter was found alone and malnourished and was taken to the Alaska SeaLife Center in Seward which contacted Shedd, and the Chicago aquarium was able to take the otter in. He will remain quarantined for a few months while he learns to groom and eat solid foods before being introduced to Shedd’s five other sea otters.

Seldovia sea otter pup has a new home at Chicago’s Shedd Aquarium

The northern sea otter was found alone and malnourished and taken to the Alaska SeaLife Center in Seward

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An eight-week-old sea otter rescued from Seldovia, Alaska, peaks out of his enclosure at Shedd Aquarium Wednesday, Dec. 6 in Chicago. The otter was found alone and malnourished and was taken to the Alaska SeaLife Center in Seward which contacted Shedd, and the Chicago aquarium was able to take the otter in. He will remain quarantined for a few months while he learns to groom and eat solid foods before being introduced to Shedd’s five other sea otters.
This screenshot of an Alaska Department of Environmental Conservation map of PFAS sites in Alaska shows that contamination from so-called “forever chemicals” is observable throughout the state. (Screenshot | Alaska Department of Environmental Conservation)

Opinion: More action must be taken on PFAS

Toxic forever chemicals present in high concentrations in Nikishka Bay Utility Water Supply

This screenshot of an Alaska Department of Environmental Conservation map of PFAS sites in Alaska shows that contamination from so-called “forever chemicals” is observable throughout the state. (Screenshot | Alaska Department of Environmental Conservation)