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With the draft EIS for the Pebble Mine set to be released this Friday, Feb. 22, we on the Kenai Peninsula have something to learn… Continue reading
North Slope has legacy of environmental responsibility that shines among the oilfields in the world
It’s time for a reality check. Since Alaska expanded Medicaid to able-bodied adults in 2015, our state has experienced cost overruns, unexpected — but predictable… Continue reading
Tim Bradner, one of Alaska’s most respected business and resource journalists, had an excellent column Feb. 15 in the Anchorage Daily News on how government… Continue reading
To live within your means, you have to have an income. My husband and I are longtime Alaskan residents who love our state and what… Continue reading
Some doctors are starting to write a very different kind of prescription for their young patients — a strong recommendation to “play every day.” While… Continue reading
Re, articles in Thursday’s ADN from Larry Persily and Mia Costello: They are right on, but if I could just add to the need for… Continue reading
We would like to say that we are proud supporters of the proposed Soldotna field house. What an awesome opportunity we have to add quality… Continue reading
From the moment I learned that the programs for initial licensure within the University of Alaska Anchorage’s School of Education did not meet accreditation requirements,… Continue reading
Politicians have been using the promise of guaranteed dividends to in effect buy votes
The nasty flip floppers have taunted Kenai Peninsula residents after giving them the hope
We elected a governor who stood on the principles of transparency and restoring the public trust.
We respect and admire Gary so much for his efforts to resist this assault on our state.
Hypocrisy is alive and well in the Republican Party.
Politicians haven’t been honest when it comes to the numbers and the seriousness of our fiscal woes
Years ago a friend and I were talking about a political geography class I was teaching at the university. I shared my excitement about the… Continue reading
Health care is complex and hard, because it is both deeply personal and very expensive. As a society, we unite behind the belief that we… Continue reading