Two women made famous the ‘Last Great Race’ Part II of III Any history of the Iditarod Trail Sled Dog Races is most accurately recorded in the years BR and AR – […]
Anyone who has bought into the widely reported idea that the problems of rural Alaska are rooted in a lack of law enforcement needs to take a look at a new study […]
New Alaska tribes?
Already home to about 40 percent of the federally recognized Indian tribes in the United States, Alaska might soon be able to claim more. The U.S. Department of the Interior wants to […]
The Cook Inlet sport fishing business – its overall value marked by the opening of Cabela’s and Bass Pro Shops in Alaska’s largest city – remains a more than $800 million monster […]
Fishing for votes
News analysis Alaska Gov. Bill Walker got most of the Hatfields and some of the McCoys of Cook Inlet salmon fishing together for a sitdown in Anchorage on Friday, and Commissioner of […]
Comm fish myths
KENAI – As sockeye salmon trickled into the 49th state’s most fought-over river on Friday, video showed Alaska Gov. Bill Walker and Commissioner of Fish and Game Sam Cotten meeting with […]
Is this Alaska’s future?
FAIRBANKS — The deep cold of winter had settled in along the Chena River in the days before Christmas, locking the heart of Alaska’s only real Interior city in a deep freeze. […]