Halibut trash

Only in Alaska, which likes to claim title to the world’s “best-managed fisheries,” would halibut now retailing at prices in excess of $20 per pound be ground into fish meal to feed […]

Runaway net pens

Pens loaded with immature salmon tore loose from their moorings in Kachemak Bay on Thursday, but the Cook Inlet Aquaculture Association (CIAA) says Alaska dodged the Great Salmon Spill that rocked the […]

Winter lives on

Little could Carlos Lozano know that the uncomfortable process of getting an artificial knee this April might save him a big, snowy headache. Lozano is the heart and soul of the Alaska […]

Rogoff settling?

  Alice Rogoff, the rich lady who moved north with visions of publishing greatness only to buy and bankrupt Alaska’s largest and most influential newspaper, is now trying to negotiate her way […]

New climate old

La Nina – the cold-shouldered sister of El Nino – is reported to be dying in the central Pacific Ocean, but you sure couldn’t tell it in Alaska’s urban core on Sunday […]

Plugging in

News analysis Hard though this might be to believe in Alaska – where the single-engine Super Cub aircraft that ended production almost a quarter century ago remains a cherished form of transportation […]

Hungry mouths

Fearful that Cook Inlet is increasingly coming under the influence of the big, pink-salmon ranch that is Alaska’s Prince William Sound, nine outdoor groups have banded together to ask the Alaska Board […]

Fair or unfair?

  WASILLA – Publicly vilified Yukon Quest International Sled Dog Race champion Hugh Neff said Wednesday in an exclusive interview with craigmedred.news that he doesn’t know what more he could have done […]