Save the king

With king salmon runs faltering all around Cook Inlet, the Kenai River Sportfishing Association on Friday appealed to Alaska Commissioner of Fish and Game Sam Cotten to increase the protection offered Alaska’s […]

Bad news good

Get out the shorts and the sun tan lotion, the U.S.National Oceanic and Atmospheric Association has joined Environment and Climate Change Canada in predicting global warming is about to revisit the most […]

Railroaded?

An informal panel that met for eight hours over the course of two-days in private in Fairbanks has upheld the Yukon Quest International Sled Dog Race decision banning musher Hugh Neff from […]

Safe for now

The old home of legendary Alaska musher Leonhard Seppala of Nome is on the move. Nome city fathers who’d once ordered the building bulldozed to keep it from being used by the […]

Good old days

The supposedly Edenesque days of early America being uncovered at an archeological dig in Mexico are looking ever more hell like. It is one of the darker parts of the emerging picture […]