Wednesday Dec 4
Capital City Weekly
Juneau Pioneers celebrate 100 years
Ever since miners began exploring and occupying Alaska, there have been fraternal organizations like the Pioneers of Alaska.
Anchorage Daily News
Natural gas wells planned for communities in Glennallen area
Ahtna Inc. hopes to develop wells and has licensed 44,000 acres of state land about 15 miles west of Glennallen, Alaska Public Radio Network reported .
What others say: A big gas line remains possible
With so much focus on the local natural gas trucking project, we haven't heard much about a big natural gas line lately.
Alaska News Nightly: November 22, 2013
Team Rubicon, the disaster-relief NGO made up of retired military personnel, is heading to Kotlick on Monday.
Producers 2013: BP: 50 years down, 50 to go?
Since opening its Alaska office in 1959, BP has been shepherding the largest oil field in North America, and a few others too BP Exploration Inc. is focused on old fields.
Winter comes to Alaska. Finally
Winter doesn't officially begin until December 21st, most Alaskans find this concept laughable.
Ketchikan makes ninth place for Alaska job seekers
An online financial site has named Ketchikan among the top 10 boroughs in the state for job seekers, pointing to Ketchikan's tourism industry, and the shipyard, hospital and university.
Alaskans dig out from first significant snowfall
Residents in many parts of Alaska continue Monday to dig out from the first significant snowfall of the season.