- Outdoors and Recreation
- Arts and Entertainment
- Subscriber Center
- About Us
It’s strikes a good balance.
Alaskans deserve better.
In Alaska, arts and culture are a $1.3 billion dollar industry.
The time for action is now.
There has been a lot of press regarding the $130 million cut to the University of Alaska. I, of course, disagree with a lot of… Continue reading
Precipitously cutting these scholarships is a significant violation of trust.
The question is, do you care about Alaska’s fisheries resources?
Here we go again, another special session causing uncertainty and angst for all Alaskans all because our leaders have yet to provide a long-term solution… Continue reading
There is no denying the effect that these cuts will have on communities throughout Alaska.
There is not one public boat launch along the 36-mile Funny River Road corridor
There will be a fundraiser from 5:30-6:30 p.m. Thursday, July 11, at Grace Ridge Brewing in Homer.
To fund a $3,000 dividend into the future, similar sized cuts will be necessary again next year.
What happens if the veto is not overturned?
The Legislature is failing in its job … again.
Dunleavy has called expedient what is really cruel.
Of the three branches, the true superior one is the legislative
The tragedy is the long-term community good losing the battle to short-term individual interests.
Thousands of students could be affected by a governor veto.
My home is located across the street from a 19-acre gravel pit in Nikiski.
The existing borough code to grant permits for gravel pits is woefully inadequate.