Old wounds

By Jill Burke for craigmedred.news Far from the metropolitan areas that today dominate the American consciousness,  remote in relation to the contiguous United States, the community of Bethel, AK population 6,300 – […]

Stormy horizons

Good news for Alaska commercial fishermen:  Salmon last year ranked as the favorite fish at Japanese conveyor-belt sushi restaurants for the sixth year in a row, according to a survey by seafood processor […]

Shady business?

  For the first time, a federal judge has used the f-word – fraud – in connection with the maneuverings of Alice Rogoff, the former owner-publisher of the bankrupt Alaska Dispatch News […]

Managing Alaska

The wolf-kill-loving Alaska Outdoor Council and the wolf-kill-hating National Parks and Conservation Association would appear to have found common ground in trying to stop a last-minute Congressional amendment to the Alaska National […]

Two saved

This story has been updated When a trio of Iditarod Trail fat-tire cyclists fighting their way through a Seward Peninsula ground blizzard in the dark of the early moring Friday stumbled upon […]