AK losing ANWR $

This story has been updated to reflect Rep. Don Young’s role. The 49th state’s share of anticipated revenues from the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge (ANWR) is on the verge of being slashed […]

Life with bear(s)

The little bear had found his personal patch of heaven, a field of horsetail and dandelions. Favored black bear foods both. Unfortunately, this bear’s wild garden was growing along our road home. […]

No fish

  The bad news some in the tiny, Alaska fishing port of Cordova were starting to expect came officially on Wednesday from the Alaska Department of Fish and Game:   The catch […]

Talking fish – not

This story has been updated Only a day after outlining a plan for Cook Inlet salmon talks and issuing an administrative order officially sanctioning a fisheries task force that started meeting secretly […]

Two-faced Alaska

On the horizon north of Alaska’s largest city, the continent’s tallest peak loomed resplendent Sunday against the evening light in the land of the midnight sun, and if you knew personally the […]

Cordova disaster?

This story has been updated The Copper River commercial salmon fishery remain closed on Monday and with the return of Alaska’s pound-for-pound most valuable salmon looking a failure, most of the regions’ […]

Untold story

The New York Times this week rolled out a long, long story about NXIVM¬†guru Keith Raniere headlined “The ‘Sex Cult’ That Preached Empowerment.” Alaska kayaker Kristin Snyder who is believed to have […]

Missing salmon

More bad news came Thursday for usually salmon-rich Alaska. Weekend king salmon fisheries on the creeks of the lower Kenai Peninsula are being shut down with the fishing season just getting underway.