Signs of the end
ANCHORAGE — Federal officials on Tuesday were investigating the killing of a protected gray whale by Native hunters in Alaska after the massive animal strayed into a river in an area where indigenous residents rely on subsistence fishing and hunting as part of their ancient culture and traditions.
When the fish are running, I have two friends who come close to losing their collective minds.
The Kenai Peninsula has a number of voices on Alaska’s myriad boards and commissions.
Correction: This article has been updated to reflect the correct name of the bacterium and the correct sponsor of the study.
The Establishment, a construct of Democrats and Republicans that rules in Washington no matter which party controls government, appears to be over its fainting spell following Donald Trump’s election. It is now throwing everything at him from a daily — make that hourly, even minute by minute — onslaught of investigations to big media’s equivalent of Molotov cocktails.
It’s nothing Alaska can let slip away.
What started as a tense, do-or-die game for the Peninsula Oilers ended up as a fun game with infielders pitching and pitchers playing in the outfield.
A Kenai man has been arrested after allegedly stealing a car and setting it on fire.
Upper Cook Inlet’s commercial drift gillnet commercial fishermen got to fish throughout the waters of the central district during their regular period Monday.