Alaska squeaked back in front of California in September to regain its position as the nation’s sixth-largest oil producer, but as U.S. oil production has grown in this decade it is stunning […]
News Analysis The United Fishermen of Alaska (UFA) has issued its annual report on who got the fish of the 49th state, and the winner is? Outside fishing interests.
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 […]
Economists are forecasting Alaska could finally break out of its recession next year or may already have done so, but that doesn’t mean the economic future for the 49th state looks all that […]
Almost three decades on from passage of the Alaska National Interests Lands Act (ANILCA), the bonanza and the bust of 49th-state national parks is clearly outlined in a lengthy analysis of the […]
What the opponents of a controversial state road settlement thought they couldn’t accomplish, Ahtna Inc. has done. The regional Alaska Native corporation for East Central Alaska has decided it wants to go […]
The most fought-over commodity in Cook Inlet/Craig Medred photo Fifty years ago with runs of most Cook Inlet salmon failing, every fisherman – commercial, subsistence and sport – paid the price of […]