Oh the things Alaskans will do to save wildlife…. At youtube.com you can now watch Alaska Department of Fish and Game wildlife technician Larry Lewis of Soldotna nearly exhaust Tony Lindow of […]
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Who got your fish?
For decades now, Cook Inlet fishermen of all stripes have been feuding bitterly over shares of the annual return of sockeye salmon, and now comes an indication that all that time they […]
Alaska is the only state in the union that offers a cash reward for being a resident. Some need that money badly. Some need it about as much as the average American […]
Mother Nature delivered a classic, Bing Crosby-like “White Christmas” to winter sports fans living in Alaska’s urban core, but it came with a decidedly dark underbelly. About a month behind what […]
Santa is safe
Don’t panic children. Santa won’t be forced to swim for his life because of a brief, pre-Christmas thaw at the North Pole. Reports to the contrary can simply be blamed on journalists […]
“Sled dogs” cleared
More bad news for Alaska dog mushers trying to refute accusations of abuse suggested by the as-yet little seen documentary “Sled Dogs.” They had backed Canadian sled-dog businesses complaining to the […]
Fish fight end?
The North Pacific Fisheries Council has taken an unprecedented step to try to increase the value of halibut to the Alaska economy by allowing a yet-to-be-created, charter-boat fishing entity to buy […]
One stinky story
The U.S. Bureau of Land Management has decided 70 fat-tire cyclists and runners set to hit the Iditarod Trail in February pose a risk to the outhouse outside the iconic, one-room Rohn […]
Over but not done
A Monday decision by 27-year-old Arnold Demoski to plead guilty to charges related to harassing musher Aily Zirkle during the Iditarod Trail Sled Dog Race and running down the team […]
Iditarod dog death
After months of wrangling between a Fairbanks attorney and Alaska prosecutors, a Nulato man who was at the controls of a snowmachine that ran into and killed a dog in the Iditarod […]