Footing Alaska’s bill: Legislators talk about state budget

The Kenai Peninsula’s three legislators spoke Wednesday to an audience of Kenai and Soldotna Chamber of Commerce members about the legislative session that concluded last... Read more

Op-Ed: Common sense uncommon in Washington

“Sound practical judgment that is independent of specialized knowledge, training, or the like; normal native intelligence.” — Dictionary.com’s definition of common sense. Read more

Letter to the editor: New energy options for Alaska

Surprising news from two different sources. Analysts now believe that consumers will purchase electric vehicles at a much faster rate than previously thought... Read more

What others say: Whose message to believe on Russia?

Far from the chaos and cacophony of Washington’s unending debate over Russia policy, Vice President Mike Pence has been delivering a remarkably consistent message on... Read more

Op-ed: Three little words

At the beginning of my reporting career, I covered a federal judge hearing a civil suit against National Guardsmen that made it to his court... Read more

Voices of Alaska: The people behind Prudhoe Bay, 40 years later

The 40th anniversary of production from the Prudhoe Bay field— which along with other North Slope fields has yielded 17 billion barrels of oil since... Read more

Reeling it in: ‘The Dark Tower’ tumbles on the screen

There was a time when sci-fi/fantasy/comic book adaptations were not the go to Hollywood studio tentpole, but rather the cast-off, low rent projects... Read more

Competitors, rural customers raise price complaints over GCI sale

Old grievances between Alaska’s telecoms have resurfaced with allegations that GCI holds a monopoly over the state’s broadband internet services, and after benefiting from the... Read more