If there is one thing we know at Alaska Trails, it’s that these trail projects don’t just happen on their own.
“With All Due Respect”: Record low approval ratings portend Mayor Dave Bronson will not be re-elected.
We can’t afford to have the promises of equal protection and due process be merely lip service.
Looking down I-5 at struggling Portland lately, it’s been hard not to wonder if we’re seeing a harbinger of sorts for Seattle.
Donald Trump’s signature border wall is morphing in strange and costly ways — even as it seems to play little role in stemming illegal migration.
With the industry returning to its normal seasonal pattern, the next few months will be crucial in determining just how robust the post-pandemic recovery turns out to be.
If this project goes forward, there should be a pledge to local people by the governor and the Legislature. Some form of binding covenant may be needed.
This infighting, this baseless blame – it is completely antithetical to the values we all hold dear and do our best to live by.
It is time to believe in and stand up for Alaska’s community rights.
Stop the damage and return the municipality to honorable governance with a honorable mayor.
My family is well-acquainted with Anchorage’s inadequate health coverage for seniors.
Unless Alaska invests in education, medical care and affordable housing, Gov. Mike Dunleavy is whistling in the wind.
What right does the government have to decide if people live or die in their private lives?
An end to the public health emergency in the U.S. will hurt the uninsured most. But even those with coverage will find some benefits slipping away.
A simplistic solution that hurts our hospital’s ability to maintain critical medical services in our community is not the answer.
Given that most people must be wrong, perhaps we should be a bit more understanding of those who hold beliefs different from our own.
Rather than working so hard to engage in useless culture wars to gin up the electorate, I think most people would simply be happy with a modicum of competence in government.
Don’t add more seats to the North Pacific Fishery Management Council. Just kick off the members with financial conflicts of interest.
We are grateful to the municipality and to the private donors who enabled this compassionate and strategic project to succeed.
Abolishing the IRS is not a good idea, but a flat levy on consumption is a good starting point if the goal is to shrink the budget deficit.
Let’s flip the breaker together and allow things to work a little better. It’s time to get things done.
The Assembly and city officials work for us. We must demand the best of each and go to the polls at every opportunity to help manage the city’s business.
Flynn is the spouse of Rachelle Alger, the procurement director for the Municipality of Anchorage in the Bronson administration.