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Yearly Archives: 2019

Cruise lawsuit settlement — no harm, no foul

By WIN GRUENING SENIOR CONTRIBUTOR The recent agreement to resolve a long-running lawsuit between Cruise Lines International Association and the City and Borough of Juneau was...

Happy Seward’s Day, Alaska state government workers!

Monday, March 25 is Seward's Day, the uniquely Alaska day that allows State of Alaska workers a day off on the last Monday of...

How many have voted in Anchorage so far?

As of Monday, March 25, approximately 15,665 Anchorage residents have cast their ballots in the Anchorage Municipal Election. The state's largest city is in...

That time leading Democrats promised evidence would point to ‘collusion’

THEY WILL FACE NO CONSEQUENCE FOR THEIR DISINFORMATION CAMPAIGN Over the past two years of special counsel Robert Mueller's investigation into collusion with Russia by...

Unfortunate nature of government: Spending more than we have

FEEL-GOOD POLITICS DOESN'T PAY THE BILLS By REP. JOSH REVAK Planning and readiness. They are the most critical elements needed for success in any endeavor. Through six...

Mat-Su testifies: Cut the budget

WHILE KETCHIKAN AND BETHEL VOICE GRAVE CONCERN OVER CUTS The statewide discussion about the state budget is under way this weekend. On Friday, it was...

Franklin Graham calls on the Church to respond to Alaskans’ needs

FRANKLIN GRAHAM HAS BUDGET MESSAGE FOR THE FAITHFUL As the keynote speaker for the 2019 Alaska Governors Prayer Breakfast in Anchorage, Rev. Franklin Graham had...

Our children must read by age 9

By JODI TAYLOR GUEST CONTRIBUTOR Right now, Alaska’s public-school children are ranked dead last in the nation in fourth-grade reading proficiency, a key indicator used to...

UAS forum focuses on ‘modern journalism’ and ‘fake news’

The Juneau World Affairs Council presents its annual World Affairs Forum at the University of Alaska Southeast next week, on the theme of “Modern...

Juneau spoke: ‘We want taxes, less dividend’

FIRST HOUSE FINANCE HEARING BRINGS DOZENS TO MIC If Juneau has any say in it, there will be a progressive state income tax, smaller or...

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