FAIRBANKS — Is it possible a truly nice guy can win the human-powered Iditarod Trail Invitational — the hardest and one of the most potentially dangerous races in the triumvirate of beautifully […]
The grizzly bear that three times charged Homer resident Carlos Lozano this week before being driven off with bear spray really shouldn’t have come as a big surprise, but it did as […]
FAIRBANKS — A thousand miles after his adventure began, the outlaw cyclist Jeff Oatley pedaled out of the vast, white, nothingness of the upper Yukon River valley into Whitehorse, Yukon Territory, Canada […]
Forty years ago, I surely wasn’t the only student at the University of Alaska Fairbanks with a shotgun in his dorm room. Was it legal? Who knows? Who asked?
Two months before it was first publicly revealed that Washington, D.C. lobbyist Jack Ferguson, a former aide to Sen. Ted Stevens and Rep. Don Young, had been hired by Gov. Bill Walker to […]
Raindrops were sprinkling Alaska’s largest city again Thursday, and suddenly the year-old climate-change speculation about Anchorage transforming into “a less sunny version of Seattle” wasn’t so funny.
The United States and Canada once shared one of the friendliest borders in the world. No more, it would seem.
Anyone who thinks Alaska’s current population of almost 800,000 people too big should be all down with Gov. Bill Walker’s plan to reintroduce the income tax, according to Forbes magazine.
Trust is a precious commodity. Once lost, it is difficult, often impossible, to regain. Friendships, marriages and business partnerships die when trust disappears. Many among the 40 to 50 percent of Americans […]
Wild animals still rarely prey on humans, but assaults by big-toothed, long-clawed critters are on the upswing in the developed world and if you are attacked odds are near 50-50 that you […]