Sabine Poux, KDLL - Soldotna
The constant barrage of rain has come at the chagrin of a lot of Alaskans in Southcentral this summer. But Jenni Trissel, of Homer, said it’s been awesome for foragers.
It’s not often the Forest Service gets to build new cabins.
Researchers are no closer to knowing when a catastrophic slide might occur that could trigger a potentially life-threatening tsunami near Whittier.
The borough disclosed the new information regarding departing mayor Charlie Pierce at a special meeting Sunday, but stopped short of releasing specifics about the allegations.
Mariculture is the farming and enhancement of seaweed and shellfish, and it’s picking up steam in Alaska.
Former Kenai Peninsula Borough Mayor Mike Navarre received an interim appointment to the job from the borough assembly after Charlie Pierce's resignation.
A coordinator says the project was born out of a recognition that guides and anglers had a lot of local knowledge about where anadromous fish were — even if those areas weren't yet in the state's formal catalog.
Federal scientists want to understand where bycatch in pollock and other fisheries is coming from — especially for stocks in western Alaska, an area of the state that is seeing dismal salmon returns.
Aaron Rhoades has been the right hand to Borough Mayor Charlie Pierce, who resigned last week saying he needed to focus on his bid for governor.
The pushback started in June after a conservative Alaska blog posted an eight-second clip of a drag queen dancing on stage at Soldotna Creek Park during a Pride march and celebration.
Charlie Pierce announced his resignation as borough mayor on Friday.
Pierce said he’s resigning as mayor next month to focus full-time on his gubernatorial campaign. He did not respond to calls seeking comment.
The award honors families that epitomize a commitment to local agriculture. And the Lancashire family has been committed to local food for longer than most.
The company said the future of the project hinges on finding a competitive fuel source — which in today’s market, is looking more challenging than ever.
Several previous Cook Inlet lease sales have canceled due to lack of industry interest.
The National Transportation Safety Board is not yet pointing to one probable cause for the crash. But the new, 11-page report zooms out on the many factors that could’ve contributed, like visibility.
For his research, Dave Atcheson’s been back out onto the canoe trails he's been paddling for decades. Atcheson and Alaska Geographic just published a guidebook that chronicles that system so others can enjoy it like he has.
The massive gas line plan has been on the table for as long as Alaska has been an energy state, though the steep costs of constructing the pipeline have long been too prohibitive to make it a reality.