If the future is destined to track a new, COVID-19 study out of China, Alaskans might want to start hoping for a warm, wet summer. European scientists last month linked the rise […]
The Centre for Evidence-Based Medicine at Oxford University is offering a glimmer of hope that summer could bring a respite from SARS-CoV-2. Alaskans looking at a commercial fishing season disrupted by the […]
News analysis As the sockeye salmon return to the rivers of Cook Inlet and the famed late-run king salmon nose into the Kenai River, there are reasons for fishermen of all persuasions […]
Johnson Pass Trail – Aside from the noisy crunch of fat tires on rough, white pavement and the Paris-Roubaix-like bouncing of the bike at speed, the riding here Saturday on one of […]
The March equinox arrived on Wednesday to end the Alaska winter just as the weather appeared to be doing its best to wreck the best of the Alaska spring. Normally this would […]
Alaska commercial fisheries look to be global-warming losers, according to a new study by a group of U.S. scientists, but the study is missing one vital component: Salmon.