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110 Lower 48 crews and personnel from 46 states, Puerto Rico and Canada fought Alaska wildfires.
Why does Alaska need an 1115 Waiver?
August is National Shooting Sports Month.
The Kenai Peninsula Borough School District has a logo: “kpbsd — where kids come first”
If the $1,600 is it, the door is now open to the Legislature forcing a diminishing PFD.
There is a reason the teachers and school employees negotiation teams said no.
Assuming teachers do not have a role in determining what is right for our future is wrong.
Our leaders must hold the Corps of Engineers and the Pebble Partnership accountable.
What we cannot afford is for Gov. Dunleavy to remain in office.
It is more important than ever that we create a smaller governmental footprint.
Recently, I defended Gov. Mike Dunleavy’s token gesture of docking the judiciary’s administrative budget $344,000 — the amount that the courts unconstitutionally demand the Legislature… Continue reading
Thugs steal our future, while leaders see hope and opportunities and take steps in that direction.
Under law, the IBU is obligated to end the strike and reach a deal.
Massive cuts will dismantle services, organizations, and programs that took decades to build.
Alaskans are at risk of becoming underpaid workforce slaves.
Cuts will have a detrimental impact on providers, large and small, and set a dangerous precedent.
One of the most contagious diseases in the world, measles can lead to severe complications.
Technological advancements now allow the DMV to verify if a motor vehicle has insurance coverage.
The attorneys of ALSC help achieve justice and create a better Alaska.
It’s time we thought about our communities more than our politics.