Thirty-six years ago, the late Joe McGinnis authored a best-selling book about Alaska titled “Going to Extremes.” It went to extremes. Widely popular outside the 49th state, it was not so popular […]
Anchorage Police are investigating attempts to “ambush” law enforcement officers in Alaska’s largest city. But what exactly this means cannot be determined because police refuse to say what happened. “I apologize for […]
Everything happened so fast when a grizzly bear attacked in the thick brush along Alaska’s Humpy Creek at the end of July that Kim Woodman found himself acting purely on adrenaline and […]
Once more a massive search is underway for a man gone missing for days on a known wilderness trail not far from Alaska’s largest city. Texan Bradford Broach has not been seen […]
Bear attacks. Moose attacks. And now a whale attack. What a summer in Alaska.
Isn’t it about time Alaskans give Penny and the late Ron Zobel the recognition they deserve for altering history in a way no one could have guessed 30 years ago. Largely due […]
The federal government used tax payer dollars to kill tens of thousand of coyotes (which we now know are little more than skinny wolves) along with hundreds of bears and full-grown wolves […]
The Kenai Peninsula salmon season that was so good for commercial fishermen and not so good for the masses appears to be working its way to an ugly end. On Monday, […]
Guirec Soudee, the chicken sailor, is Barrow bound. “Today is a great day finally we leave for the North West Passage after one year spent in greenland,” he posted on his Facebook […]
Yet again, Alaska’s long, difficult struggle with subsistence is in the news. This time the fight is over a gillnet in the Kenai River.