Members of the Cordova School Board face a difficult decision in deciding when, and how, to reopen schools, write Loreen Pallas and Nicole Nothstine.
Political candidates hope to grab votes by promoting themselves as "protectors of the dividend," writes Larry Persily.
Conscientious adherence to anti-coronavirus guidelines will help Alaska keep its place as one of the most virus-free states in the nation, write Gov. Mike Dunleavy, Adam Crum and Dr. Anne Zink.
Donald Trump's mismanagement has brought chaos to the American health care system, writes Dr. Al Gross.
The Pebble Mine is unpopular, unprofitable and unworkable, writes Bob Shavelson.
The Republican Party's binding-caucus rule has robbed legislators of the ability to represent voters, writes Republican primary candidate John Cox.
Signature-gathering to recall Gov. Mike Dunleavy is slow but steady, writes Bruce Jamieson.
The Salmon in the Classroom project provides a valuable educational opportunity, write Mike Wells and Tommy Sheridan.
Liquidating or overdrawing the Permanent Fund will undermine Alaska's future, writes Sen. Bert Stedman.
Pebble Limited Partnership has embraced deceptive tactics in a last-ditch effort to save its mine project, writes Norm Van Vactor.