FAIRBANKS – A lot has changed in this northern frontier city of nine lives since the black gold started flowing south from Alaska’s Prudhoe Bay more than 40 years ago. As with […]
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Just in time for the Alaska tourist season, People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) is back to again torment Alaska’s legion of Iditarod Trail Sled Dog Race fans. The animal-rights […]
A man identifying himself as “the chief of staff for Rep. Ivy Sponholz,” D-Anchorage, today eliminated another former employee of the Alaska Department of Fish and Game from the pool of […]
Global warming portends problems for Alaska going forward, but a British archaeologist is suggesting that the opposite might have made life hell in a part of the state in the distant past. […]
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Alaska Gov. Mike Dunleavy is now eyeing his next appointment to the Alaska Board of Fisheries with the dust stirred up around one of his last appointments still far from settled […]
As the weather warms at last in the north with the snow melting and the now long days growing ever longer, it is time for Alaska residents to take a deep breath […]
Almost a week after Alaska Rep. Ivy Spohnholz, D-Anchorage, accused a retired Anchorage Superior Court judge of sexual harassment in a successful effort to sink his appointment to the state Board of […]
Two more women who worked closely with retired Anchorage Superior Court Judge Karl Johnstone when he served on the Alaska Board of Fisheries prior to 2015 say they saw no sign of […]
Snow was falling heavily again in Alaska’s largest metro area on Monday to torment those who confuse weather and climate. Blame the local newspaper. There is a time-worn adage in journalism that […]