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There is a reason the teachers and school employees negotiation teams said no.
Assuming teachers do not have a role in determining what is right for our future is wrong.
Alaskans are at risk of becoming underpaid workforce slaves.
The attorneys of ALSC help achieve justice and create a better Alaska.
There has been a lot of press regarding the $130 million cut to the University of Alaska. I, of course, disagree with a lot of… Continue reading
The question is, do you care about Alaska’s fisheries resources?
There is no denying the effect that these cuts will have on communities throughout Alaska.
There is not one public boat launch along the 36-mile Funny River Road corridor
Alaska needs to work for a sustainable budget and not a quick fix
Together we will be demanding more from now on.
Help our community stay healthy
Alabama did something courageous, but they still haven’t quite got it right.
In my medical records, it says I had an abortion: spontaneous. Most know that to be a miscarriage, but for a long time, every time… Continue reading
What’s Wrong With This Picture? As a member of the Funny River Community for the past 40-plus years, I have been privileged to know and… Continue reading
When Alaskans need advice on what to do with their money, they will seek out a financial counsellor.
Perhaps we can take a little time this weekend for at least an extra portion of gratitude.
They spoke to the value of education, but then portrayed educational funding as “us vs. them”
The very real and pressing crisis in Alaska education is teacher attraction and retention