Danger times

Just about this time last year, the Kenai Mountains claimed the life of 29-year-old Tyler Kloos in an avalanche, and on Thursday Chugach National Forest Service officials were warning of danger building again […]

The smirk

      An American social eruption that has exploded around an encounter between Nathan Phillips, an elderly Native man, and Nick Sandmann, a white teenager, in the nation’s capital has a […]

Here to help

  Cook Inlet commercial fishermen who forced national intervention in the management of salmon bound for the Kenai, Kasilof, Susitna and other Southcentral Alaska rivers appear as if they might have sued […]

Dog in cuffs

Alaska’s Last Great Race is still a month and a half away, but the Idit-a-craziness has already begun.   Detroit Police had the mother-of-all-dog protesters in pawcuffs this week at the North […]

Warm-aska

Here we go again Alaska, if weather guru Judah Cohen of Atmospheric and Environmental Research (AER) has it right. Get out the rain gear and the cleats for those walkways and roads […]

Future beer

Twenty-seven years ago this March, the New York Times declared the Alaska Delta barley project, the dream of the late and revered Gov. Jay Hammond and policy sidekick Bob Palmer, a giant […]