Refine Search

Bonds, Clemens, Sosa on Hall ballot for first time

...PED use, I'm not going to do so in assessing their career for the Hall of Fame," he said.San Jose Mercury News columnist Mark Purdy will reserve judgment."At the beginning of all this, I made up my mind I had to adopt a consistent...
On to the giving part of the holidays

...before the full on Christmas blitz, and its okay to write about the true value of the holidays. As Anchorage Daily News columnist Shannyn Moore notes, "Holidays ought to make us reflect on our past, what we've lost, what we've loved, what...
Commwealth Games woes could prompt reform in India

...its economy may even outpace China's in the years ahead. Yet India desperately needs to clear the layers of dysfunction clogging progress. Embarrassment over toilets might just be the catalyst. Pesek is a Bloomberg News columnist.
2010 was full of surprises

...He died while flying to a fish camp north of Dillingham in southwest Alaska. Michael Carey, an Anchorage Daily News columnist, said many Alaskans felt that Stevens protected them from the excess interference of the federal government and now...
WikiLeaks founder tests limits of press

...governmental overreaction. If the Obama administration slams Assange with charges, reporters around the world could find it harder to uncover what is really going on and risk prosecution if they do. Ann Woolner is a Bloomberg News columnist.
Alaska editorial: Alaskans should think about their responsibilities

...Harrison described that concept of obligation as novel. Maybe the state's founders, who grew up in what former Daily News columnist Mike Doogan called a "culture of struggle and cooperation," understood the need to write into our bedrock document...
Gold Medal Tournament in Hall of Fame

...for the Alaska Sports Hall of Fame consists of Fairbanks Daily News-Miner sports editor Bob Eley, Anchorage Daily News columnist Beth Bragg, former ADN sports editor and now author Lew Freedman, longtime Alaska coach and athletic administrator Mike...
Big win for big oil from judges not judging

...and no knowledge of their holdings. Then, perhaps, they could do the jobs they were appointed to do. With oil spill cases bound for the 5th Circuit court, there is no time like the present. Ann Woolner is a Bloomberg News columnist.
High court on watch for bad lawyering

...too chilling, for any lawyer to argue for his life. So what message are we to take away from the Supreme Court's rulings on lawyer conduct? Just this one: The Supreme Court is watching. Ann Woolner is a Bloomberg News columnist.
Body scan isn't only way to find a bomb

...back pack. At the least, that should have led to more questioning. No fancy equipment needed. No ethnic profiling. Then we might have had what Healy called a "true information success." Ann Woolner is a Bloomberg News columnist.


  • Switchboard: 907-586-3740
  • Circulation and Delivery: 907-586-3740
  • Newsroom Fax: 907-586-3028
  • Business Fax: 907-586-9097
  • Accounts Receivable: 907-523-2270
  • View the Staff Directory
  • or Send feedback