Come January, a new observer program will take effect in the North Pacific, but not every boat is ready for it.
Artic Wikle and Ken More are friends first and business partners second.
Unemployment in Anchorage fell to 4.7 percent and a five-year low in October, according to a report from the Anchorage Economic Development Corp. It’s the lowest monthly unemployment figure since November 2007.
Rural entities across Alaska are looking for alternative sources of energy as a solution to unsustainable fuel and power bills. The Gateway School District, headquartered in Tok, appears to have found its answer to both in the woods.
The 2013 fisheries harvests and preliminary discussions of certain bycatch top the North Pacific Fishery Management Council’s December agenda.
KENAI — Four moose were harvested in Game Management Unit 15A on the Kenai Peninsula last year, said Ted Spraker, acting chair of the Alaska Board of Game.
A Southeast Alaska charter guide and lodge owner pled guilty to four counts of residency-related false statement on a sport license in Sitka court Nov. 6.
Sen. Lisa Murkowski announced in a Nov. 1 press release that Alaska pilots waiting on payment for work done with the U.S. Department of Interior can expect to see cash arriving soon.
East of Fairbanks the forested plateau of the upper Tanana River seems to roll on forever toward Canada, unbroken except for rounded hills and one place where ridges of the Alaska Range cut north.