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There are alternatives to sacrificing the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge’s coastal plain
Domestic violence is not put on pause because we are living through a pandemic.
September is national recovery month
I believe we all want our voices heard.
Many scientists thought the population would recover after a moratorium on hunting.
A lot has changed from just one month ago when it was concerning to see 20 positive cases in a day.
I am writing today to let the people of Homer know about what it was like to try and participate in the unofficial Fourth of… Continue reading
In Homer you could see it being flown on our state ferry, M/V Tustumena, tied to the Pioneer Dock
Alaska learned from its Territorial mistakes, and now has one of the strongest election systems.
Members of the Kenai Peninsula Borough Assembly along with the borough mayor have embarked on a pointless effort to declare the borough a “Sanctuary for… Continue reading
The police department is saddened and dismayed by the horrible conduct of a police officer in Minnesota last week which has left our country torn… Continue reading
Alaska needs a fair share from the sale of oil to economically recover and have a meaningful future.
Point of View: Pebble and Dunleavy: How the commercial fishing “essential service” declaration reveals irony at its finest
“Why is the governor supporting the Pebble Project?”
Being strong is a balancing act.
Without my foreign exchange year I am convinced that I would not have become the person I am today.
Parenting is always a full-time job, and under typical circumstances can be challenging.
It has been truly amazing to see so many people from our community rally to support each other.
“Hope for the best and prepare for the worst.”
The recently established POMV formula lacks the controls advocated by Gov. Jay Hammond.