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The successes on the Kenai Peninsula are due to a handful of dedicated professionals.
We Alaskans, Americans and the rest of the world face uncharted waters in the months ahead.
The man at the top has not changed, nor have the grounds of our recall.
No Alaskan in need will be left behind.
In the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic, I see several futures, many of them extremely unpleasant.
With no vaccine available, we have to rely on two tools: containment and mitigation.
The recently established POMV formula lacks the controls advocated by Gov. Jay Hammond.
In just the past eight years, Hilcorp has invested more than $4 billion dollars in Alaska.
The inability to verify is a core concern the council has regarding the upcoming sale to Hilcorp.
He’s sowing seeds of doubt.
By increasing the use of cloud environments, the state will achieve significant cost savings.
Any successful musher isn’t afraid to switch out a team lead when they’re doing a poor job.
Bears get into trouble because they are driven by their noses.
Welcome to the Gov. Mike Dunleavy era of efficient government.
Here are a few key steps everyone can do now.
It would be easy to develop a false sense of security and let complacency creep back in.
The social dimension of wellness plays a significant role in many aspects of one’s health.
Our waters are routinely used as cheap sewers for industry whose only goal is to maximizing profits.
We cannot afford a return to the complacency which triggered the worst oil spill in Alaska’s history.
At the University of Alaska Anchorage, we have not entered into this process lightly.