...and more paying down debt. That's as it should be. First, Alaska pays for what it has already bought. Then, it can buy new stuff. That is the way to a long-standing, economically sustainable state.- Ketchikan Daily News,Dec. 7
...holiday season, the business offering the prize will appreciate your caution, too. Legitimate businesses don't want to be, or to see, anyone taken advantage of.Be careful out there this shopping season.- Ketchikan Daily News,Dec. 2
...Then, the Democrats will be in the position of the minority, and will have to follow the rule they created, which is no filibustering on certain nominations.It won't seem like such a good idea then.- Ketchikan Daily News,Nov. 25
...and choose not to will be encouraged to move along through the revised assistance system.This revision will reemphasize that public assistance is not a way of life, but a hand up and out in a time of need.- Ketchikan Daily News,Nov. 5
...comment during the legislative session. With local governments being required to cut in order to make budgets balance, and many Alaskans not receiving increases, the comments should be more than interesting.- Ketchikan Daily News,Nov. 4
...classes.This project undoubtedly will be exciting to the AFN and rural communities, but it means no less to larger school districts. It means that the quality of education will increase throughout Alaska.- Ketchikan Daily News,Oct. 28
...we can take pride in keeping Alaska clean. Then we can respond honestly when we say we're taking care of this land. We can enjoy it because the places where we go really will be a beautiful and sightly.- Ketchikan Daily News, Sept. 14
...the next guy) pays the bill.The best outcome of Obamacare would be that it causes health care prices to decline without a loss of quality care. But whether that happens won't be fully evident for years.- Ketchikan Daily News,Oct. 1
By MARJORIE CLARK KETCHIKAN - Eight of the nine schools in the Southeast Island School District have moved to four-day weeks, starting this school year.
...fight, and in most fights both sides get hit.The wisdom of entering this one can be considered until the Assembly gathers to decide about funding the effort at its next meeting. That meeting is Oct. 21.- Ketchikan Daily News,Oct. 12
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