Month: October 2010

SE pool, archives, training center in bond package

A bond issue on Tuesday’s ballot would fund three Southeast Alaska projects. Backers say the Sitka pool, Juneau museum and library, and Klawock training center would serve more than their home communities.

Proposition B asks voters whether the state should issue almost $400 million in general obligation bonds. The bonds, a form of loan, would be spent on school, library, museum and university facilities around the state.

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Commentary: McAdams has Alaska in mind

Sitkan Lily Herwald says former Sitka Mayor Scott McAdams's local leadership will translate well to the U.S. Senate. (Note: The opinions in this commentary represent those of the author, and not necessarily the views of the Raven Radio's staff, board, or volunteers.)

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Wilson, Stein argue experience, issues in forum

The race for House District Two is one of the more hotly contested state legislature races in Southeast Alaska. And as an on-air forum Thursday night seemed to indicate, there’s at least one thing both Republican Peggy Wilson and Democrat Reber Stein have consistently in common: Both cite Wilson’s time in the legislature as reasons why they should be elected.

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Commentary: Murkowski's experience important in election

Sitkan Sherri Cummins says U.S. Sen. Lisa Murkowski is a good choice and that she hopes all Alaskans exercise their right to vote.

(Note: The opinions in this commentary represent those of the author, and not necessarily the views of the Raven Radio's staff, board, or volunteers.)

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