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Recently, several public opinion messages and campaigns have voiced concerns about the mining industry here in Alaska. It seems that much of the angst is… Continue reading
It seems as though we are constantly beating back the regressive ideas that development of our abundant resources is bad, businesses are bad, people who… Continue reading
It should be possible to provide the entire budget line items on an easily accessible website
Cutting waste is one thing. Hacking at opportunity and the economy is another.
I wonder why, when a professional is named to head any state department, they didn’t get clear, complete and concise directions from previous governors? Why… Continue reading
Alaska has been my home and I have been privileged to have had Alaskans for my neighbors for 45 years. I have been additionally blessed… Continue reading
If you voted ‘NO’, you won by 18 votes.
Now, I understand our senate is proposing a cut to the dividend as a way to help balance the budget. With all due respect to… Continue reading
Alaska’s early care and learning sector account for $343 million in annual spending
In early March, Alaskans Know Climate Change purchased carbon offsets for the Kachemak Bay Conservation Center. This is an inexpensive market-based solution to address the… Continue reading
The Last Great Race reflects the Alaska spirit within everyone who calls this state home
I’m preparing to tell you something very personal and intensely painful.
Our failing health-care system hurts us all To you who believe that America’s health-care system is #1, I’m turning to you for answers! When a… Continue reading
With the draft EIS for the Pebble Mine set to be released this Friday, Feb. 22, we on the Kenai Peninsula have something to learn… Continue reading
North Slope has legacy of environmental responsibility that shines among the oilfields in the world
It’s time for a reality check. Since Alaska expanded Medicaid to able-bodied adults in 2015, our state has experienced cost overruns, unexpected — but predictable… Continue reading
Tim Bradner, one of Alaska’s most respected business and resource journalists, had an excellent column Feb. 15 in the Anchorage Daily News on how government… Continue reading
To live within your means, you have to have an income. My husband and I are longtime Alaskan residents who love our state and what… Continue reading