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House Bill 52 burdens 98.5% of Cook Inlet fishermen.
Can Dunleavy be held liable for COVID illnesses or deaths of Alaska’s National Guard members?
I was interested to see that the flight cancellations in Yakutat made the newspaper headlines on Wednesday, Dec. 8. Alaska Airlines had to cancel several… Continue reading
This letter is based on my experience with the fluctuation of salmon prices, simple economics and upside down politics! In the past year or so… Continue reading
Candidates for Congress make all kinds of promises for about what they will do for us if we elect them. Congress passed laws prohibiting less-costly… Continue reading
I was disappointed when I read the front page article regarding the veterinarian shortage,
Keep the heart of love always present.
Holidays are not a time for hospital beds or quarantined Zoom calls.
We implore elected officials to take this important message to heart.
It is time for Alaska’s delegation to reject this effort to obstruct at any cost…
I am very disappointed at how few residents bring reusable bags to the supermarkets.
A thorough assessment of the fitness for duty of Govs. Bill Walker and Mike Dunleavy shows Walker is vastly more able and likely to succeed… Continue reading
Does the barefoot rights movement have Gov. Dunleavy shaking in his boots?
Of what value to Alaska and our predominantly Indigenous population are our Congressional Senate proxies when, instead of voting for the interests of Alaskans, they… Continue reading
Alaskans would be better off if politicians in Washington focused on real solutions.
He was a Republican but not a partisan.
Such comparisons are painful to Jews everywhere, including in our Juneau community.
It is wise to get vaccinated and to mask up.
A poetic letter to the editor.