...Congress agreeing with his proposal. But Alaskans know nothing can ever be taken for granted when it comes to what D.C. will do here, and will have to battle even the least-likely possibility.Game on.- Ketchikan Daily News,Jan. 27
...navigate the upcoming budget cycles successfully.Gov. Walker has voiced a good approach for the difficult work ahead. The Legislature would do well to adopt that spirit as it begins the budgeting process.- Ketchikan Daily News,Jan. 17
...feds are already criticized. These types of actions fail to involve and honestly consider local and state input.Alaskans should be aware of this sanctuary possibility, and oppose it from the beginning - now.- Ketchikan Daily News,Jan. 6
...order. But, a new administration with high energy, as is always evident at this juncture following the swearing in of a governor, might be able to fill it.Alaskans will be watching anxiously and hopefully.- Ketchikan Daily News,Dec. 6
...meantime, the transitions are under way, with all parties on the tickets accepting the voters' choices and moving forward.As voters, it's satisfying to see when it's being accomplished with grace.- Ketchikan Daily News,Nov. 19
...it's ending, it is appropriate to recall the achievements and show appreciation for his effort in their regard.Gov. Parnell clearly did much for Ketchikan and Alaska. Thank you, governor and good luck.- Ketchikan Daily News,Nov. 29
...they would be diligent in examining it and its effects on the borough as a whole.That's as it should be. At the same time, it's exciting and encouraging to see possible new development for Ketchikan.- Ketchikan Daily News,Nov. 5
...proposition that would legalize marijuana in Alaska. The resolution urged voters to reject Ballot Proposition 2, the Ketchikan Daily News reports. The resolution said legalizing recreational marijuana would create public health hazards such as explosions...
...salmon, eagles, ravens and whales comes with the occasional inconvenience.Going forward, let's try to be patient the next time a bird hits a line. We can all agree that the eagle pays the higher price.- Ketchikan Daily News,Oct. 24
...might happen. Kodiak's varsity team is still a slim possibility. Perhaps another team will get the notion to come on down for some First City football. If the stars simply will align - the football stars.- Ketchikan Daily News,Sept. 29
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