I fly a lot for my job. My travels have taken me from Juneau, Alaska, to Cookeville, Tennessee, and many places in between that lie far from an airline hub.Read the article.
On a clear, cool late summer Fairbanks morning in 2015, I walked into my new office, the office of the President of the University of Alaska.Read the article.
In Anchorage, we all breathed a collective sigh of relief in August when the news media described the likely beginning of economic recovery. Job losses are slowing.Read the article.
The success of the Barefoot Wine brand is living testimony to the problem-solving methods Bonnie Harvey and I employed in our early days.Read the article.
I got the call from my mom a little before midnight. My dad had fallen — the untreated skin cancer on his face was bleeding profusely, and he’d lost so much blood he’d passed out.Read the article.
If you had told me 17 years ago when I came to work for Cook Inlet Tribal Council (CITC) that one day I’d be talking about how to create the world’s first indigenous-developed video game, I never would have believed you.Read the article.