Many Alaskans take advantage of the wild berries that grow across the state every summer and fall. However, finding them has always been the challenge, which may be becoming more challenging. A recent study published by the U.S.
On the third floor of the court plaza building is Josephine Bahnke's boat. For the new head of the Alaska Division of Elections, it's one of the few touches of her Nome home in her office. "This was one of my going-away presents in Nome," she said.
Alaska is the first state to officially recognize Indigenous Peoples Day. Effective Monday, Gov. Bill Walker proclaimed the second Monday in October Indigenous Peoples Day, following the lead of several cities across the country in recent years.
ANCHORAGE - A fourth young adult has killed himself in less than three weeks in a remote Alaska Native village, the latest in a tragic cycle in which each of the previous three deaths influenced the subsequent one, authorities said.
At daybreak one morning this week, I was fishing from the bank of the Kenai River for silver salmon. The air temperature was a balmy 38 degrees, but fog and a light breeze made it feel colder. Few other anglers were about.
Hillary Clinton seems to have ripped a page from the Barack Obama playbook in addressing the ongoing controversy over work-related - and even classified - emails she kept on her private, unsecured server.
Log cabin in North Nikiski, 1985 In 1985 Bob and I rented and moved into a little one bedroom log cabin that was badly in need of repair, inside and out. We cleaned, painted and repaired what we could with the budget that we did not have.
In an effort to continue filling gaps in the types of online offerings available through the University of Alaska, KPC professors continue to expand the types of subject matter that can be effectively taught online.
Nearly 90 female business leaders from across Alaska gathered for the 8th annual Kenai River Women’s Classic, a three-day networking and fundraising educational event that helps raise awareness ... Read More