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Alaska is trying something with tremendous potential to help the whole country.
Alaska’s future is in peril in the next coming months, and there is no solution that can remotely solve any current critical issue without major consequence.
In Alaska, the primary question we have been asked is to figure out how to live on our savings and not pay taxes.
America needs politicians who take their duties seriously, not those who use simple-minded soundbites to excite their supporters.
The article written by Rick Whitbeck on Monday, Feb. 12 was observant, interesting, and right regarding the natural resources in Alaska.
If Donald Trump can convince the Supreme Court that he is immune from prosecution for any acts committed while in office, he could indeed become president for life.
Shouldn’t this have been on the funny pages?
The Supreme Court is one of the last lines of defense for preserving our constitutional government from an amoral man who has made clear his autocratic intentions.
I am asking the ADN’s readers to please vote on March 5 for Nikki Haley.
The governor’s effort to expand charter schools would come at the expense of the public schools.
Trump’s statement indicates either his complete lack of knowledge or disinterest in the facts or his willingness to ignore facts or simply to make things up.
Southcentral Alaska depends on natural gas as its main power source because it works all the time.
In actuality, there were dozens of proposals addressing this issue and many statements opposing the WACH Working Group proposal from local villages.
According to Gov. Dunleavy, this catastrophic war deserves Alaskans’ unconditional support, but a boycott for peace is a bridge too far.
Over the course of the governor’s past five budgets, the amount of money allocated to the Department of Corrections has increased by 40%.
GCI owes every one of its customers a $20 credit for their lousy service during the Super Bowl.
Unbelievable — this man is unhinged and, more than ever, simply dangerous.
As far as I know, the special counsel is not qualified to do a mental status exam. His comments should be removed from the report.
For crying out loud, increase the Base Student Allocation and pass the retirement repair bill.
I honestly believe Dunleavy doesn’t care about our state. You see, resource development doesn’t need Alaskans; never has.
The safety and well-being of our community must be the top priority.
Regarding sending 100 National Guard troops to Texas: Is Alaska in the black financially? Well, the answer is no, if anyone is wondering.
Such a heavy lift needs the governor and legislators to get on it and get ‘er done.
AIDEA might improve its success ratio with a gas production project and could delay road developments that are controversial and not as urgent.
The good news is we can end the crisis by passing two bills during this legislative session.