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29 min ago | Seattle Post-Intelligencer
After another year of abysmal king salmon runs, with rain-swollen rivers making it nearly impossible to catch chum or silvers and with decades of declining moose and caribou populations, many residents of Allakaket are bristling at the prospect of a 200-mile industrial road running through their hunting and fishing grounds.
4 hrs ago | Bellingham Herald
There's an old saying attributed to the Native people of Alaska's panhandle: "A tall tree has fallen."
5 hrs ago | Bellingham Herald
A deal has been reached to house court records from Alaska's territorial days at the Alaska State Archive in Juneau instead of moving them with other research materials and government records to Seattle when the National Archives and Records Administration closes its Anchorage branch.
9 hrs ago | The Westerner
Interior Secretary Sally Jewell said Friday that residents of an isolated Aleutian community should "get over" their pursuit of a road that would provide access to lifesaving healthcare, according to a state lawmaker.
OPINION: How can voters weigh competing claims about the initiative to change Alaska's minimum wage that will appear on the November ballot? They can listen and ask questions of two experts who will share different perspectives.
The name Alaska derives from a native Aleut word meaning "great land" and the State is indeed a great and unusual place.
"River of Light," a recent addition to the University of Alaska Press' Alaska Literary Series, takes readers down the Copper River in the company of masters.
A 647-mile section of the Alaska-Canada border runs on a straight line from Mount St. Elias to the Beaufort Sea, following the 141st meridian.
Because Central Peninsula Hospital won't enter a transfer agreement with the Surgery Center of Kenai, it cannot perform procedures on Medicare and Medicaid patients, the Peninsula Clarion reported .
Behind her the valley stretches wide and far, and out in the distance two eagles float across the sky.
A group of Siberian Yupik hunters made the journey from Russia to St. Lawrence Island in two open skiffs Tuesday, July 22, 2014.
The Alaska Housing Finance Corp. is hurting, and what it needs to get better is for Alaskans to pay more for their mortgages.
Peonies are a growing business in Alaska. Ample sunlight and moisture make for good growing conditions, and more farmers are looking at the flowers as a profit-maker.
In this photo taken on Friday, July 18, 2014, Jennifer Robinette takes Henry the reindeer out for his morning rounds at the Experiment Farm on the University of Alaska Fairbanks campus in Fairbanks, Alaska.
The new series "Manhattan" recalls the World War II effort to build the first atomic bombs in Los Alamos, NM.
Yes, it's about salmon fishing on a scenic river in Alaska. But no one here is hooking a prize fish in the remote wilderness.
Updated: Mon Jul 28, 2014 05:06 pm
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