Tag: bill walker

Plugging in

News analysis Hard though this might be to believe in Alaska – where the single-engine Super Cub aircraft that ended production almost a quarter century ago remains a cherished form of transportation […]

Missing the game

Fourteen oil-and-gas producing states have joined Indiana in supporting the country’s major oil companies in their effort to fend off a climate change litigation begun by the cities of San Fransisco and […]

Old is new

Retired Alaska Board of Fisheries member Al Cain is unretired, and non-commercial fishing groups from around the state are declaring victory. Gov. Bill Walker had been planning to replace Cain, a 62-year-old […]

Managing Alaska

The wolf-kill-loving Alaska Outdoor Council and the wolf-kill-hating National Parks and Conservation Association would appear to have found common ground in trying to stop a last-minute Congressional amendment to the Alaska National […]

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 […]

Big walleye!

With thanks to the late Johnny Horton and the still kicking Rick Rydell of Alaska, the Philadelphia Eagles now have a Superbowl theme song: https://craigmedred.files.wordpress.com/2018/02/north-to-minnesota.mp3 Punch the link and feel free to sing along:

Old north

Commentary   The sorry state of vision plaguing Alaska’s aging, political elite can today be condensed to one word: North. North is the region to which the Midwest is trying to rebrand […]