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Monthly Archives: August, 2021

Art Chance: The 1609 Project and the indentured servitude of immigrants

By ART CHANCEThere has been attention and controversy swirling around the New York Times’ “1619 Project,” an exercise in revisionist history and fiction, which...

Feds issue terrorism warning pre 9-11

Secretary of Homeland Security, Alejandro N. Mayorkas on Friday issued a bulletin that warns of a "heightened threat environment" across the United States through Nov. 11. ...

Kathy Henslee campaign kickoff draws 75

The April, 2022 race for Anchorage Assembly is off to a strong start with Kathy Henslee taking on incumbent Meg Zaletel, the same Zaletel...

Breaking: Dunleavy files for reelection

Gov. Mike Dunleavy made it official this morning. He is running for reelection. His filing showed up on the Alaska Public Offices Commission reports....

Murkowski has nearly a dozen new staffers

Sen. Lisa Murkowski has a host of new staff members, she has announced. They are: Kate Williams Sterne returns to the office as Deputy Chief of...

Covid shuts down Alaska jury trials again

Jury trials have been suspended across Alaska for most of August due to the increase in Covid-19 cases. The courts that have canceled the...

James Kaufman: Fiscal planning and Alaska’s productive path forward

By REP. JAMES KAUFMAN Alaska needs a path forward, and Alaskans deserve the most productive path, one that maximizes our incredible potential.  During my 2020 campaign...

Census factoids III: Hispanics were the winners for population growth, at 23%

While Americans who identified themselves as "White alone" decreased as a percent of the population since 2010, Hispanics and other races and race combinations...

Census factoids II: Top 25 boroughs in Alaska

Anchorage, the Mat-Su Borough, and Fairbanks North Star Borough are at the top of the population chart for Alaska, and Kenai is moving up...

Census factoids: Mat-Su population grew by over 20 percent in last 10 years

The Matanuska-Susitna Borough was one of the fastest growing areas of the state in the past 10 years. The 2020 Census counted 107,081 people...

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