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The environmental risk of opening Kachemak Bay to fracking is incomprehensible.
Now more than ever, we must take control of our destiny that is envisioned in our state motto of “North to the Future.”
It would be healthiest if Alaska adjusted our clocks back two hours this fall
Last week, by unanimous consent, the U.S. Senate passed the “Sunshine Protection Act”
I cannot predict what will be the final outcome of this war.
Don’t wait till Ag Day to take notice.
I am asking the Legislature to keep the current population limits for breweries, wineries and distilleries
Things get messy when we get to the bill’s definition of renewable energy
We must rethink the limitations to realize the program’s full potential
We’re bound together by the history that gave birth to the freedoms that allow us to be different.
Democracy can hang by a thread and some political analysts write that today in the U.S. it may be shredding
By MARY CATHARINE MARTIN THE SALMON STATE Bristol Bay’s sockeye run began breaking records in 2018. The same year, Chignik, which is on the other… Continue reading
Both employers and workers deserve reforms to the unemployment system.
I’ve got two problems with the energy check proposal.
The war in Ukraine is a grim reminder of how dependent we’ve become on fossil fuels.
Gov. Mike Dunleavy has established the Alaska Bycatch Review Task Force
Once the herring are gone, they’re gone.
Of far more consequence than freedom of speech to our future is the responsibility for civil discourse and intellectual honesty
We all care about protecting our beautiful state and its resources
As sure as there are jumpers on the Kenai, candidate signs will be popping up. So, get ready!