Letter to the Editor: District can stop the strike

Our offer to the district brings us in line with comparable districts on the cost of health care.

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An aerial shows the footprint of the test well drilled in the mid-1980s on land owned by the Kaktovik Native village corporation within the 1002 area of the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge.(Michael Penn | Juneau Empire File)
Opinion: This land is your land

The Department of Natural Resources shares Guthrie’s belief that “this land was made for you and me.”

The Tongass National Forest sign seen en route to the Mendenhall Glacier Visitor Center on Wednesday, Aug. 28, 2019. (Michael Penn | Juneau Empire File)
Alaska Voices: Respect Alaska Tribes’ rights on the Tongass question

‘We have lived, depended on, and stewarded these lands and waters since time immemorial.’

Opinion: Fair share for our oil will help fix Alaska’s self-inflicted deficit

Gov. Mike Dunleavy has chosen the path of cold, self-inflicted harm.

Opinion: Trump is making progress on the opioid crisis

Deaths from drug overdoses remain at historically high levels.

Opinion: Domestic violence will never be tolerated

Physical, verbal, and emotional abuse in domestic relationships is endemic to Alaska.

Voices of the Peninsula: Leadership to enhance, foster and promote economic development

Once an active, thriving oil and gas basin, Cook Inlet oil production peaked in 1970.

Alaska Marine Highway System workers assemble next to the AMHS ferry Columbia for an Inlandboatmen’s Union of the Pacific strike after failing to reach agreement on a contract with the state of Alaska, Wednesday, July 24, 2019, in Ketchikan, Alaska. (Dustin Safranek/Ketchikan Daily News via AP)
Alaska Voices: Labor is not a partisan issue

If you think that to be conservative you have to hate unions, you have been manipulated.

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Letter to the Editor: Make your voice heard on 2020 Board of Fisheries meeting

Send your comments to Executive Director Glen Haight at the Board of Fisheries before Oct. 8.

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