Monday Mar 31
Company hopes to tap high winds for rural power
A Boston-based company was preparing to test a flying wind turbine that it hopes could lower power costs to Alaska villages and other remote locations.
Anchorage Daily News
Convention speaker criticizes treatment of Natives
The Fairbanks Daily News-Miner says U.S. Indian Law and Order Commission chairman Troy Eid told a Fairbanks audience Tuesday that a lack of tribal sovereignty and a colonial attitude are contributing to an unconscionable record for Alaska Native justice.
Despite Warming, Ground Refreezes at Alaska's Shrinking Lakes
Alaska's bushy willows can temporarily counteract some of the effects of climate change in one of the world's most quickly warming places, researchers have discovered.