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The caring nature of Homer has sustained and nurtured my gratefulness throughout the past year.
“For Alaska” philanthropic campaign aims raise $200 million by 2024.
Campaigns should be shorter. But they aren’t.
April is Citizen Science Month, an opportunity for people to get involved in citizen science projects all over the country and right in their own… Continue reading
Low Earth orbiting satellites may soon help Alaska to achieve a task force goal.
Here’s the plan to help move along the baseball games, I mean legislative work, at a faster pace.
Wouldn’t it be great to have a voting bill that makes voting easier, more secure and one that all parties could possibly agree on?
If you can recall the images of oiled otters and sea birds, of oil spreading from the Exxon Valdez, then you know what is at stake.
If you are skiing and find conditions requiring creative nonstandard techniques to not end up in a snowbank, it’s probably time to revise your TTD list for the day.
Can You spell P-V-S-A-E-x-e-m-p-t-i-o-n?
Like going down the rabbit hole into a dark, sinister version of “Alice in Wonderland,” once you’re in, that’s your reality.
“There was so much that was wrong with the end of this game …”
From Uzintun to lands north of Niqnalchint, Indigenous place names honor First Peoples
“After decades of federal obstruction and delay, I am asserting the state’s control of the navigable waters and submerged lands we received at statehood.”
Just 15 minutes before the shooting started, I had driven through the King Sooper parking lot.
Change is needed.
“Issues that psychiatric patients consider important are not included in the ‘crisis now’ model…”
COVID-19 has a vaccination — yours for the taking.
Our club will resume hockey operations at the Soldotna Regional Sports Complex beginning April 16.
Murkowski is right. Rescue Plan “went far beyond COVID-19 relief.”