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What we cannot afford is for Gov. Dunleavy to remain in office.
In Alaska, arts and culture are a $1.3 billion dollar industry.
There will be a fundraiser from 5:30-6:30 p.m. Thursday, July 11, at Grace Ridge Brewing in Homer.
What happens if the veto is not overturned?
71% of adults who identify themselves as having a disability spent $17.3 billion annually on travel
I am a Homer-area resident and want to share my perspective on the benefits of salmon hatcheries
Funding for research is money well-spent
Kachemak Bay Family Planning Clinic (KBFPC) began as a once-a-month offering, staffed by volunteers.
Many of Alaska’s citizens don’t see state government as an evil, ever-spending monster
In order to “balance” the budget Gov. Mike Dunleavy wants to redirect local fish landing taxes from fishing towns, large and small across the state,… Continue reading
In early March, Alaskans Know Climate Change purchased carbon offsets for the Kachemak Bay Conservation Center. This is an inexpensive market-based solution to address the… Continue reading