Meet your gubernatorial candidates: Gov. Bill Walker, Independent, incumbent governor

1. How would your administration balance the needs and allocations of all fisheries user groups, taking into consideration the importance of commercial fisheries to...

Citizen’s initiative would update Alaska’s salmon habitat laws

By Ralph Andersen, Robert Heyano and Norm Van Vactor For the Cordova TimesThis fall, Bristol Bay residents need to make some important decisions. Now that...

Fish Factor: Begich speaks easily on a wide range of fishery topics

“With fisheries, it’s almost the forgotten resource of our state as an economic driver. It’s almost like they are an afterthought. We have to realign...

Begich: ‘It’s a three-way race; get used to it’

Former U.S. Sen. Mark Begich is staying in the race for governor of Alaska.“Alaska has never given up on me, and I won’t give...
Gov. Bill Walker delivers his fourth State of the State address in Juneau. Photo courtesy of the governor’s office

Alaska Gov. Walker suspends campaign

Gov. Bill Walker ended his bid for re-election on Oct. 19, in the midst of the annual Alaska Federation of Natives convention in Anchorage...

Letter: I will be voting YES on Ballot Measure 1

Ballot Measure 1, initiated by Alaskan citizens, is under attack from well-funded opposition. Ads are full of misinformation and some downright hysteria.Let me just...

Stand for Alaska fined for violations

The Alaska Public Offices Commission has fined Stand for Alaska – Vote No on One a reduced fine of $1,925 for failure to comply...

Fish Factor: Dunleavy is a no-show for Kodiak fisheries debate

Rack up another empty seat on the Alaska debate stage for Mike Dunleavy.The Republican candidate for Alaska governor bailed out of Kodiak’s traditional fisheries...

Dunleavy, Young and Stutes claim victories in mid-term election

Republican gubernatorial candidate Mike Dunleavy grabbed a 123,447-102,654-vote edge over Democratic opponent Mark Begich, with 98 percent of votes counted on Nov. 6, to...

Court orders clarification on campaign advertising

State Department of Transportation officials have been ordered to clarify how laws restricting outdoor advertising will be applied during the current campaign season to...

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