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People do some pretty awful things to king salmon stocks
Building a trail across the steep and crumpled country of the outer Kenai Peninsula was a crazy idea
What does Dobbs v. Jackson mean in terms of our right to privacy?
The children of Alaska deserve a better education and a future, writes Charlie Pierce
The Duffy Memorial Bench Dedication was moving and healing.
Storyknife is committed to providing opportunities to a diversity of writers
June is a month full of celebratory possibilities
My heart goes out to the people of both countries.
The phrase: “Family and friends smell like fish after three days” is not far from true
What are some things you can practice this month and subsequently apply to your life?
Homer is booming with housing development and the viability of long-standing trails is threatened
Alaskan fishermen suffer the effects of policy failures
Instead of building new center on HERC site, why not purchase the Bay Club?
In 1985, I traveled to California for a job interview and thought, since I’m close, I’ll visit my friend in Alaska
Let’s stop telling people how difficult it is, how complicated it is and explain this in the simple form that it is
It’s time for a wider remembering than my own
The environmental risk of opening Kachemak Bay to fracking is incomprehensible.
It would be healthiest if Alaska adjusted our clocks back two hours this fall
I am asking the Legislature to keep the current population limits for breweries, wineries and distilleries
Of far more consequence than freedom of speech to our future is the responsibility for civil discourse and intellectual honesty