Ketchikan has a drug problem.
Alaska’s economy is based on natural resource development, whether it’s oil, natural gas, fishing, mining or timber.
Alaska — once again — is saved by the bell.
It’s difficult to gain public support for a new tax. However, some elected state officials are using the words: Income tax.
On Thursday, the State of Alaska began distributing a total of $672 million to approximately 640,000 qualified Alaska residents, each of whom will be receiving $1,100.
A diversified economy creates the most stability.