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What looked like a “second wave” moved in like a tsunami.
Fishing shouldn’t be catalogued underneath Alaska’s boring-but-true bureaucracy.
Alaskans should make the intelligent distinction between party loyalists and proactive opponents.
If we believe children come first, then fears must be overcome in favor of science and common sense.
The quickest way back to a strong, vibrant Alaska is, ironically, a bit slower than we might like.
We encourage independent-minded fishermen to support independent candidate Dr. Al Gross.
Bipartisan legislation in the U.S. House would offer tax credits to advertisers and subscribers.
This proposal has the potential to seriously harm many recreational users.
It will take a lot of compromise to reach an affordable dividend and decent public services.
Distance is the only guaranteed measure to prevent the spread of COVID-19.
It would eliminate party primaries for a free-for-all.
Over the last two years Alaska Trails has scoped out and planned for an Alaska Long Trail.
We don’t like it, but we are doing the best we can with the hand we’ve been dealt.
If we want change on a national level, we lead this change by first upending the governor’s tenure.
Fiscal responsibility starts with being honest about the numbers.
Alaskans have a choice in November.
Last week, Dunleavy attended President Trump’s “Rolling Back Regulations to Help All Americans” event.
Maybe I’m radical for believing that a decision about what’s fair shouldn’t take place at a ballot box.
A yes vote on Ballot Measure 1 would be like driving a ship into the eye of a storm.
A lot has changed from just one month ago when it was concerning to see 20 positive cases in a day.