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Constant employee turnover takes time, money, and energy away from educating young people.
Total philanthropic giving in Alaska in 2018 added up to approximately $135 million.
Bristol Bay’s fish, wildlife and economic prosperity are at stake.
Former University of Alaska President Mark Hamilton asked this question of his leadership team in 1998. At that point, the University of Alaska system had… Continue reading
The class of 2019 will make a difference not only in Alaska’s economy, but also in its communities.
“This cannot be happening to me, I’m the guy who runs or walks 3-5 miles every day.”
Thousands of UA graduates will cross a stage, receive their diploma, and move out into the world.
Current criminal laws tie our hands, state prosecutors say.
What’s Wrong With This Picture? As a member of the Funny River Community for the past 40-plus years, I have been privileged to know and… Continue reading
Kachemak Bay Family Planning Clinic (KBFPC) began as a once-a-month offering, staffed by volunteers.
Last November, we were reminded of something that offers us great hope about the future of our state. In the aftermath of the earthquake last… Continue reading
A red flag law could address Alaska’s epidemic of gun violence.
Using marijuana at a store is different than having a beer at the Red Dog.
When Alaskans need advice on what to do with their money, they will seek out a financial counsellor.
Congress can find a bipartisan way to formerly condemn Trump.
Our leadership doesn’t have the luxury of making emotional decisions.
Our democracy cannot properly function on distrust.
Let’s look back at a similar path that led nowhere.
Management decisions must promote collaboration, not rivalry.