Tag: alaska

Media bubbling

For anyone who wonders why President Donald Trump’s regular and often erroneous rantings about “fake news” resonate so well with a certain segment of America, here’s a reason why:   “Bear meat is […]

New gas hurdles

By LARRY PERSILY Special to craigmedred.news With just four months to go before the scheduled release of the Alaska LNG project’s draft environmental impact statement, federal regulators have addressed almost 200 additional […]

Altered state

News analysis Possibly nothing underlines the troubled state of the Alaska economy more than a new YouTube political advertisement produced for the campaign of incumbent governor Bill Walker. In the ad, a […]

Bad to worse

More bad news for Alaska’s third-largest industry is coming out of Europe. Dutch-based banking and financial powerhouse Rabobank, a global leader in food and agriculture financing, says the aquaculture business has grown by […]

Sun-tember

As Alaska’s urban core speeds toward the end of an unusually warm and dry September, the Centers for Environmental Information are suggesting there is more of the same to come. “The temperature […]