Tag: alaska

Save a life

Alaska “Mushing Mortician,” Scott Janssen, and pathologist friend Jim Lanier are now fully recovered from their near-death experience of March, and the 2018 Alaska Iditarod Trail Sled Dog seems already ancient history. […]

China’s fish

News analysis The national seafood media was Monday atwitter with speculation China might impose tariffs on American seafood, and Alaska Commissioner of Commerce Mike Navarre was trying to spin the state’s proposed […]

Money flows

The high cost of doing government business in Alaska was outlined Wednesday in a report from the Alaska Policy Forum that showed nearly three-quarters of Anchorage Municipal employees are compensated to the […]

Ban scary

Commentary The United States is a country where appearance matters – matters a lot; a country where fears sometimes run wild; and a country today caught up in a pre-occupation with self. […]

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 […]

The Eklutna Battery

If Alaska was Switzerland, the natural equivalent of a giant, rechargeable battery able to provide renewable power for the state’s largest city forever would likely be up and running in the Chugach Mountains […]