The Spirit of Christ can block out the distractions of the busy world around us, writes Jason Lee.
Jesus has given us a gift of infinite value, writes Father Thomas Killeen.
Pulling millions from the Permanent Fund is a recipe for disaster, writes Larry Persily.
The coming legislative session could have profound ramifications for Alaska's educators and students, writes Norm Wooten, executive director for the Association of Alaska School Boards.
The Trump administration's decision to withdraw from the Paris Agreement is a mistake that will weaken the U.S., write Fran Ulmer and Carlos Curbelo.
The Eyak Preservation Council (EPC) is urging citizens to speak up for the Chugach and the Tongass by submitting comments to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Cordova Community Foundation wraps up its first year with a celebration from 6:30-8:30 p.m. Wednesday, Dec. 11 at the Cordova Center, and all are invited.
Budget issues are expected to dominate debate in Juneau next year, writes Sen. Gary Stevens.
City Manager Helen Howarth delivers a bulletin from the Nov. 18-22 Alaska Municipal League conference in Anchorage.
The M/V Aurora is currently out of service, with no plans to do necessary repairs. This raises questions about when, or if, Cordova's ferry service will resume, writes Scott McMurren.