Saturday May 18
Poet tries crowdsourcing to visit AK ghost village
Joan Naviyuk Kane feels the pull of an ancestral place where she's never been, a crumbling ghost village built on stilts across the rocky face of a remote western Alaska island.
The American Spectator
USPS: Radical Surgery Needed
Second quarter results are in: The U.S. Postal service lost another $1.9 billion.
Alaska Experiencing a Cold Spring
The central and eastern United States are not the only areas experiencing a colder-than-average spring.
Injured climber from Fairbanks wakes from coma
A Fairbanks man who broke both his legs while climbing a mountain north of Nome is awake after spending more than a week in a coma.
M/V Qualifier gears up for research projects in a warming Arctic
David Mastolier, co-owner of the M/V Qualifier 105, recently brought his vessel north after purchasing it in California.
Anchorage Daily News
Reading the North
The blurb: Influenced by her own experience during the Exxon Valdez oil spill, Mei Mei Evans' novel centers on a down-on-his-luck skipper and his lone deckhand as an oil spill threatens the coast community of Selby.