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Yearly Archives: 2018

Alaska Native ‘Kenny Karl’ Skaflestad takes on JKT

The former mayor of Hoonah, "Kenny Karl" Skaflestad, has filed to run against Sitka's Jonathan Kreiss-Tomkins for House District 35. Skaflestad is Tlingit and Aleut,...

Take our Survey: Holocaust and self defense

At a conference in Anchorage last week, Congressman Don Young was asked his views on gun control, and Young offered them: “How many millions of...

Lekanof: I got busted for OUI

House candidate Anthony Lekanof issued the following statement tonight: "Following a situation last Friday, I was arrested on suspicion of OUI while attempting to recover...

Parnell recalls Rev. Billy Graham’s Alaska legacy

When the Rev. Dr. Billy Graham died last week, some in Alaska thought immediately of his son, Franklin Graham, who has strong ties to...

Monday newsletter for Feb. 26, 2018

Do you get the Monday newsletter in your inbox? If not, here's your complimentary Feb. 26 edition, a glimpse of what 11,000 Alaskans receive...

Planned Parenthood playing in school board race

Planned Parenthood of the Pacific Northwest is endorsing in school board races with greater frequency, and Tasha Hotch, candidate for Anchorage School Board Seat E, just...

Alaskan Tom Braund, in his own words

NO MIDDLE GROUND By TOM BRAUND Information is fungible. If you don’t give in to the press’ demands and you’re toast - they think. They don’t...

The state hiring freeze: A devolutionary tale

The State hiring freeze has devolved and faded into memory. In December of 2014, several GOP lawmakers from both the House and Senate encouraged Gov....

Joe Hayes, former House Speaker, passes

KNOWN AS A GENTLE MAN, AND FOR TREATING PEOPLE WELL Joe Hayes, who was Speaker of the Alaska House of Representatives during the 13th Legislature...

SB 91 Poster Child: Charles Sadler

On Oct. 26, 2017 Anchorage police started getting calls from Mountain View in Anchorage about shots being fired. People hunkered down in their homes,...

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