Yet again, Alaska’s long, difficult struggle with subsistence is in the news. This time the fight is over a gillnet in the Kenai River.
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A Denali National Park and Preserve grizzly bear that had taken to chasing people in the Savage River area in hopes of obtaining food might have had a reason. Park rangers who […]
MOUTH OF THE KENAI RIVER – After a 36-hour respite from commercial fishing offshore in Cook Inlet, the sockeye salmon flowed steadily along the beaches here on Wednesday. The fishing was not […]
If you’re going to get lost in Alaska and you want to be found before you die, pick a popular national park for your northern adventure. Within hours after a man disappeared […]
That fashionable roof rack on which you spent $600, $800, $1,000 or more to haul all your recreational toys around Alaska? It’s destined to cost you a lot more than you ever […]
The subtle but dangerous difference between wild and urban Alaska was underlined this week by the tragic death of a mother and son on the Kobuk River and the combat-fishing rescue of […]
Just when you thought it was safe to go into the park – Denali National Park that is – the Savage River troublemaker could be back. Or at least some grizzly bear […]
Spoiled by years of good fishing at the mouth of the Kenai River in mid-July, Alaska personal-use dipnetters seem primed to explode at the Alaska Department of Fish and Game for its […]
National and international news stories falsely claiming photographers drove an Alaska mountain goat to its death in the ocean off Seward have given the owner of the Seward City News.com a big […]
Did you hear the one about how a “crowd hungry for photos” drove a poor mountain goat to its death in the sea offshore of Seward, Alaska?