No kings

Snow and ice still cover the tributaries of the Susitna River basin, but already the Alaska Department of Fish and Game is talking about closing the Chinook salmon fishery for the 2018 […]

Stay home!

Winds that gusted to near 100 mph in the Kenai Mountains south of Anchorage on Thursday had died down by this  morning and heavy snows were easing, but the Chugach National Forest […]

The Eklutna Battery

If Alaska was Switzerland, the natural equivalent of a giant, rechargeable battery able to provide renewable power for the state’s largest city forever would likely be up and running in the Chugach Mountains […]

Last Great Mess II

Almost 11 months after the Iditarod Trail Sled Dog Race received a letter reporting on doping in the 2017 version of the 1,000-mile run to Nome, race organisers finally released the unabridged document […]

Iditarod explodes

This story has been updated and continues to develop Charges of blackmail, an Alaska media cover-up gone bust and previously unreported doping ripped into the Iditarod Trail Sled Dog Race on Tuesday […]

Everywhere dope

  Doping news was flooding the international world of sports on Monday as the Iditarod Trail Sled Dog Race disappeared into the wild beauty of the Alaska Range and gained some distance […]

Who’s your doc?

A year-long investigation by the website MedPage Today and the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel into how well states police physicians is out, and Alaska didn’t score well. “States of Disgrace: A Flawed System […]