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Innovation through public-private partnerships can be good for Alaskans.
Local theater perseveres in pandemic.
The big lie The sick feelings I had on 9/11 returned as I watched the rioters storm the United States Capitol. The travesty of invading… Continue reading
Closure of Homer, other DMV offices will hurt seniors and disabled.
Never forget: Ending a dark period and into a new year I shudder as astounding phrases and concepts have been strategically placed before us for… Continue reading
Share the Spirit continued programs even in pandemic year.
Not surprising I find it disingenuous, but not surprising, that the Alaska Department of Natural Resources would publish a Plan-to-Adopt, (which would leave a reasonable… Continue reading
In American culture, we view the start of the New Year as a time to make life changes, to reflect on the past year, to… Continue reading
In Christianity, the season of Advent heralds the coming of Christ at Christmas, but it also is a time to reflect upon the darkness of… Continue reading
The Kenai Peninsula was delivered a low blow by Gov. Mike Dunleavy this month. At the very end of a four-year process intended to bring… Continue reading
‘Lean in’ experience from Zoom talk can be expanded as community support during pandemic.
The Gulf of Alaska is the site of a critical military training area where the U.S. Navy has trained safely and effectively for more than… Continue reading
While industrial hemp is an old-time agricultural crop, many still think of cannabis only as marijuana.
A lot rides on the outcome of the Georgia U.S. Senate run-off elections, but some things will be the same no matter who wins. Whether… Continue reading
I am pleased to be a founding member of the newly formed Alaska Gasline & LNG, LLC. (AGLNG) alongside Alaska Laborers’ Local 341, longtime Fairbanks… Continue reading