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The PoA is the single most important piece of infrastructure in our state.
How voters in Alaska, and elsewhere, retook control of primary elections from political parties.
Entering the City of Homer from Bluff Point has to be one of the most pristine view experiences of geography and nature, ever.
Upper Cook Inlet fishing families have been hit hard by ongoing politics
Shared mistakes of Dunleavy and Biden.
When my wife and I decided to move to Alaska, we wondered if we would be welcome in our new neighborhood.
We hope to have instilled in our children empathy, cultural awareness, long-term planning and the selflessness of helping others
Dr. King would be appalled at what is happening today
House Bill 52 burdens 98.5% of Cook Inlet fishermen.
Tutka hatchery produces a pink salmon monoculture desecrating Kachemak Bay State Park and Critical Habitat Area as a feed lot
Today, all Americans are coerced, embarrassed or otherwise influenced into one of two old political parties
The argument that mail-in balloting increases voter participation never impressed me
The federalization of elections by the Freedom to Vote Act infringes on the constitutional right of states to regulate elections.
It’s been a hard winter throughout the state.
Southeast Alaska’s natural capital produces economic outputs from the seafood and visitor products industries worth several billion dollars a year
There are better answers.
Let’s be honest. Trump’s demands go beyond his one stated condition.
“It will not be an easy task, performing CPR on this theater, but imagine the joy that you could bring to the students.”
Alaskans need to be kept informed of what the trustees are doing with their money.
Two years ago, a small group of concerned citizens decided to use this book as a guiding document