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Opinion: Tshibaka’s insincere defense of democracy
There are a lot of possible explanations why fewer votes were cast last November
Opinion: Humanism and the billionaire class
Compromise is the right thing to do and they should do it.
Opinion: The challenged truths of 3 elected representatives
“Politicians lying is nothing new.”
Opinion: The wrong way to define demand
And as glaciers go, the Mendenhall is only a minor attraction.
Borough mayoral candidate: ‘The best is yet to come’
Zachary Hamilton is running for Kenai Peninsula Borough mayor in the special election
Opinion: Alaska must act now to capitalize on carbon markets
Alaska has vast forests and coastlines that can provide natural carbon management
Opinion: COVID relief funds help homeless children in Alaska
We need to sustain this kind of investment.
Opinion: MLK Day clinics offered in the ‘spirit of service and advocacy for equality and social justice’
Attorneys across the state will be spending their holiday as “A Day On, Not a Day Off”
Opinion: New federal funding could aid Alaska Marine Highway System
The evidence is clear that the AMHS is in grave danger of failing and moving into Alaska’s history books
Opinion: I’ve seen the union difference
As a community we can show solidarity…
Sullivan’s irrelevance in defense of democracy
Two years ago this week, supporters of then-President Donald Trump stormed the U.S. Capitol…
Voices of the Peninsula: What’s on your 2023 schedule so far?
There is a Kenai Peninsula Borough Special Mayoral Election coming up in February
Voices of the Peninsula: Vote Carey for borough mayor
I know the responsibilities and obligations of being borough mayor
Opinion: Dunleavy’s PFD magic never works
And it’s no secret why he fails to deliver.
Opinion: Alaska’s map to clean hydrogen leadership
Hydrogen demand is driven by its energy and environmental advantages
Alaska Voices: Ready for a Fresh Start?
Alaska’s health department offers free, flexible programs to feel better in the new year
Opinion: The oppressive use of political censures
Censures should be reserved for serious ethical transgressions.
Opinion: Budget process begins with protecting PFD, public services
As required by statute, I introduced my preliminary budget for the next fiscal year
Point of View: Student recounts the painful weeks since 4 were killed
It is Nov. 13, and that text is the start of a surreal day for me and every other student at the University of Idaho
Point of View: Unity through giving
There are many deserving organizations in Homer’s arts and culture sector