Despite the Alaska Department of Fish and Game’s 2021 forecast of another monster catch of 190 million salmon – more than twice the state’s average annual harvest in the 20th Century […]
Pay to play
To aid a state agency destined to be left badly strapped for cash because of the COVID-19 pandemic, the leader of the state’s largest outdoor organization is suggesting Alaska follow the lead […]
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 […]
With the shooting of a young grizzly bear in Anchorage this week, the bear wars in Alaska’s largest city begin again in what has become an annual, seasonal struggle that has left […]
Commentary With Super Bowl LII headed for Minneapolis in February, cold is the new hot, or so Minnesotans would like you to believe. Having already stolen the fat bike from Alaska, the […]