The University of Alaska is diving into broad social issues tied to salmon, with the hope of finding solutions to longstanding conflicts and future challenges.
The nearly 24,000 members of Homer Electric Association will soon have their chance to extend their involvement in the utility beyond flicking their light switches and into choosing the group’s leadership. In this year’s annual elections for the HEA board of directors, one of the three open seats is being contested between an incumbent and a challenger.
Frozen Portage Lake beneath me cracks and groans ominously. A bitter cold infects the skin between my wrist and glove where cloth edges don’t meet. But up ahead, the rare sunlight casts my friends’ shadows across the diamond snow as we approach the teal glacier wall. The air outside is silent, yet music swells from somewhere deeper than my heart.
The felony indictments against a former Board of Fisheries nominee have been dismissed.
Joshua Diaz was thrown out of a window and excited about it.
Naturopathic physicians in Alaska want to be able to practice medicine as primary care providers.
On a lake somewhere in Alaska sometime before he became the avid fly tier he is today, Dave Atcheson had big excitement for catching a small trout.
Two prominent faces in Soldotna City Hall have to order some new business cards.
After a number of people voiced concerns about the state’s salmon hatcheries, the Board of Fisheries has decided to dedicate a committee to learn more about them.