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Young people across the peninsula need middle-class jobs that provide fair wages, good benefits, safe workplaces and a dignified retirement. The best way to achieve… Continue reading
The other day I was discussing politics with an old friend who told me I perceived the technicolor world in black-and-white terms. This was a… Continue reading
Recently we attended the funeral for Lee Aley, it was an intimate family and friend affair, and on the way to Lee’s Veterans Memorial, Dan… Continue reading
“I was left with little choice but to veto both the PFD and legislative per diem.”
If variant causes hardships, politicians are partly to blame.
The change isn’t simple, and Alaskans need to prepare for it.
We have some opportunities coming up that can help us with our perennial budget problems.
We need all our citizens to have their voices heard.
Serious solution shortfall.
Officials are opening doors to rampant corporate pollution under Gov. Mike Dunleavy’s “Unlocking Alaska” initiative.
In this year often defined by uncertainty, I have been blessed by the continued support of the Christian Science Society here in Homer, Alaska. This… Continue reading
Lesson learned, lesson appreciated and lesson respected.
A state standard of patient care and a state enforcement of rights must be added to proposed bills.
The truth is that until money is supplied to teachers, people like me, who love and care for educating our children, will not be able to work in the education field.
We have fewer Kenai River chinook than we used to and they are smaller on average than they once were.
There are only hard choices ahead.
Basic civics should be a mandatory part of high school education.
It’s well past time that Alaskans be told the truth.
In Alaska, hungry bears are waking up from their long winter hibernation and are starting to emerge from their dens. This means one thing —… Continue reading