Commentary: Heat-stressed salmon are Alaska’s climate stress canary

Salmon are under critical threat from climate change, writes Marine Stewardship Council Regional Fisheries Director Kate Troll.
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Commentary: Rein in state spending gradually

Alaska has gotten off track under the present state administration, writes economist Robert R. Richards.
A signature drive for an application to petition to recall Gov. Mike Dunleavy, held at the Reluctant Fisherman Inn. (Aug. 1, 2019) Photo by Zachary Snowdon Smith/The Cordova Times

Commentary: Bipartisan determination to protect Alaska from Gov. Dunleavy

Gov. Mike Dunleavy has united Alaska against himself, write Arliss Sturgulewski and Vic Fischer.
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Commentary: Governor’s ‘open for business’ formula contributes to positive economic outlook

Our future is bright, writes Tamika Ledbetter, Alaska Commissioner of Labor and Workforce Development.

Commentary: Dunleavy’s Three Big Lies

Maybe the kindest thing to say about Gov. Mike Dunleavy is he has no idea what he is doing. Perhaps he is so...

Commentary: Time to Speak Out

By Joseph E. Usibeli Sr. and Peggy ShumakerFor The Cordova TimesUp until now, we...

Commentary: Dunleavy’s vetoes don’t reflect Alaska’s values

By Diane KaplanFor The Cordova TimesOver the past month, Rasmuson Foundation’s board of directors has...

Commentary: PFD fight pits Alaskans against each other

By Tim BradnerFor The Cordova TimesLike many Alaskans, I’m dismayed at how the debate...

Kaplan: Dunleavy budget cuts would harm many Alaskans

Commentary By Diane KaplanFor The Cordova TimesDuring the past month, the Rasmuson Foundation’s board...

Governor’s line item vetoes violate state constitution

By Jahna LindemuthFor The Cordova TimesMake no mistake about it: Every Alaskan will be...



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