Letters to the Editor

Letters to the editor: Vote Yes on Prop 1 and make history

Make History Scotland, England, Norway, Japan, Quebec, Newfoundland, Nova Scotia, Maine, New York, Massachusetts, California, Oregon, Washington… all used to have wild salmon runs. It’s… Continue reading

 

Voices of the Peninsula: Don’t be lured by the propaganda

Stand for Alaska, the corporate group spending massively to oppose efforts to protect Alaska’s fish resources, is flooding mailboxes with a mailer urging voters to… Continue reading

 

Letter to the editor: Setnet buyback conversation missing inriver limitations

Setnet buyback conversation missing inriver limitations About the reference to the east side setnet permit buyback in the Clarion on 8-24-18: no mention was ever… Continue reading

 

Alaska’s Congressional delegation steps up for Alzheimer’s

Alaska’s Congressional delegation steps up for Alzheimer’s There are over 5.7 million Americans living with Alzheimer’s Disease including 7,500 here in Alaska and more than… Continue reading

Voices of Alaska: Hatcheries support strong science and abundance for Alaskans

Few things define Alaskans more than our love of salmon. Not surprisingly, salmon allocation decisions and fluctuations in resource abundance often spur bitter political battles… Continue reading

Letter to the editor: Thanks for a great Kenai Beer fest

Thanks for a great Kenai Beer fest I would like to thank the Soldotna Rotary Club and its president Dan Nelson for last weekend’s Kenai… Continue reading

We have confidence in Wayne Ogle

We have confidence in Wayne Ogle What causes a person to offer themselves up to endless public criticism and a thankless job? Gain? Fame? Notoriety?… Continue reading

Lock the PFD in the state constitution to protect the People’s Fund for the future

My roots in Alaska go deep. I’ve had incredible opportunities here. At 93, my greatest hope is that my children and future Alaskans continue thriving… Continue reading

Volunteers make book sale at the Kenai Community Library a success

Volunteers make book sale at the Kenai Community Library a success The Friends of the Kenai Community Library greatly appreciate those who bought books at… Continue reading

  • Aug 15, 2018

Letter to the editor: Thanks to Soldotna Seniors’ luau supports

Thanks to Soldotna Seniors’ luau supports The Soldotna Senior Center would like to thank all the individuals and area businesses that made donations for our… Continue reading

Madden would defend PFD in House

Madden would defend PFD in House As Alaskans, we understand the danger of feeding bears. They quickly learn that you are a source of food.… Continue reading

Making excuses

I think I’m going to lose my middle-of-the-pack status. The first mountain bike race of the Soldotna Cycle Series at Tsalteshi Trails was Thursday night,… Continue reading

Open letter from Olivia, the Kenai kitty who needs a new home

My name is Olivia. My dad has to leave to start another business in the lower 48 and he can’t take me with him. I’m… Continue reading

Letter: Thanks to all for Tri the Kenai success

Thanks to all for TritheKenai success Just want to give a shout out to our community and all who raced on your wonderful support of… Continue reading

Thanks to all for TritheKenai success

Thanks to all for TritheKenai success Just want to give a shout out to our community and all who raced on your wonderful support of… Continue reading

18th Annual Kenai Peninsula Air Fair Appreciation

18th Annual Kenai Peninsula Air Fair Appreciation The KPAF Planning Committee for the Cities of Kenai and Soldotna would like to thank all the volunteers,… Continue reading

Letter: Answer to status quo is to run for office

Answer to status quo is to run for office Alaska’s Legislative Research Services recently revealed that ConocoPhillips’ Alaska operations are far more profitable than any… Continue reading

  • May 16, 2018

Letter: Nikiski North Star staff grateful for support

Nikiski North Star staff grateful for support The staff at Nikiski North Star Elementary would like to thank our amazing PTA parents who spent an… Continue reading

  • May 16, 2018

Letter: Backlog shows disregard for Alaska’s women

Backlog shows disregard for Alaska’s women Governor Walker has announced that a retired State Trooper has been hired to help clear rape kit backlog. Allowing… Continue reading

  • May 11, 2018

Letter: Be aware: comment now

Be aware: comment on Pebble plan now The opportunity to examine Pebble’s phase one mine plan recently filed with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers… Continue reading

  • Apr 20, 2018