Tag: tourism

Danger land

Once again the dangerous tourist season in the north is underway with six people dead in a floatplane collision at the southern end of the Alaska Panhandle and an injured snowboarder rescued […]

Fair-undrum

News analysis The commendable thing about humanity is that humans, at least many of them, believe in the fundamental, philosophical ideals of equality, justice and fairness. But what happens in a complex […]

Fish fight

The Senate Resource Committee spent hours Wednesday listening to Alaskans testify that a former member of the Board of Fisheries either brought a hint of fairness to an unfair government regulatory body […]

Doomsday warming?

  On the day the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) of the United Nations publicly revealed its special report warning of an impending global-warming catastrophe, the daily temperature in Alaska’s largest city […]

Bad to worse

More bad news for Alaska’s third-largest industry is coming out of Europe. Dutch-based banking and financial powerhouse Rabobank, a global leader in food and agriculture financing, says the aquaculture business has grown by […]

Future fish

A News Analysis If Alaska commercial fishing interests think they now have problems with tariffs stemming from the simmering trade war with China, they best not look too far into the future […]