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All registered borough voters would receive a ballot in the mail a few weeks ahead of election day.
The federal minimum wage was last increased in 2009.
Alaska needs a fair share from the sale of oil to economically recover and have a meaningful future.
We won. The recall is moving forward with speed.
The Ship of State, our government, has lost direction.
There has been an alarming decrease in all routine health care, including routine vaccinations.
As a community we have a responsibility to care for and seek to protect our most vulnerable.
Knowing sadness can be a healthy thing.
Infestations have been found on the Kenai Peninsula, around Cordova, and in the Fairbanks area.
We call on Gov. Mike Dunleavy to help move job creating infrastructure projects forward.
During this pandemic our police officers cannot stay home, socially distance, and work remotely.
As a vessel operator, you are responsible for your crew’s compliance with the mandate.
We have known of the Ambler district’s vast copper and base metal deposits since the 1950s.
I propose that this road not be built, certainly not on the State’s dime.
Substance abuse still merits attention.
Alaska’s fisheries belong to the people.
The governor is denying small businesses a critical survival tool that will go far.
Point of View: Pebble and Dunleavy: How the commercial fishing “essential service” declaration reveals irony at its finest
“Why is the governor supporting the Pebble Project?”
It’s time we went back to work to complete these tasks.
“I wonder what the Kachemak Bay Campus will become.”