Nearly every day this summer, someone has posted a photo to Fish for the Future’s Facebook page of a king salmon hooked, caught and released again on the Kenai or Kasilof rivers.
Central Kenai Peninsula residents have gotten practice at being prepared for less than perfect weather this summer.
On Thursday the Alaska Oil and Gas Conservation Commission issued a $100,000 penalty and a $800,000 bond requirement to Alaskan independent oil and gas company... Read more
After its May decision to stop seeking permits, Delaware-based PacRim Coal is giving up what had been a key piece of property in... Read more
Although statistics and studies of Alaska’s sex and labor trafficking cases are often centralized around Anchorage, officials caution that it’s not just a city problem.... Read more
Commercial fishing managers in Upper Cook Inlet have pulled back fishermen for the next few days in an attempt to increase sockeye salmon escapement to... Read more
Kenai Peninsula residents and visitors should plan a little more time behind the wheel to account for some road construction projects this year. Read more
Oregonians are rightfully proud of the stunning scenic beauty of their state and are accustomed to striking out to experience it whenever they wish, backpacking into pristine wilderness areas at a moment’s notice.
It’s been a rough week for the White House, so reportedly — yet again — Reince Priebus might get fired.