The first episode will broadcast in early September.
i·den·ti·ty: the state of having unique identifying characteristics held by no other person or thing
“A State can be discussed in terms of the many roles it plays in national, regional, and local government and in terms of its history, geography, and demographics. Each State has a unique identity evidenced by those of us who carry a lifelong allegiance to the place where we grew up, our home State.”
- The legislature that voters send to Juneau in January will be very different than the one that left in July.
- Wielechowski has been in the news this year for filing a lawsuit to keep Permanent Fund dividends whole.
- The Anchorage race between Republican Cathy Giessel and independent Vince Beltrami could help determine the balance of power in the state Senate, and how Alaska takes on its fiscal crisis.
- Nineteen-year-old Dallas Roberts grew up in St. Paul attending Bering Sea Days. After a year at college, he's back in the Pribilofs teaching kids about the island's greenhouse.