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 […]
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. […]
Media counter-puncher Sarah Palin, the Wonder from Wasilla, was at it again Monday morning, coming back at the hosts of TV’s “Today” show after they attacked comments she made in Iowa last […]
Alaska oil prices have now crept so low it is being reported a commercially caught king salmon is worth more than a barrel of crude oil, but 49th-state fishermen can only dream […]
After the beat down the frozen Iditarod Trail put on Pennsylvanian Tim Hewitt last year, a lesser man would have taken his swollen, frostbit fingers and his red, puffed-up-like-potato feet home, plopped […]