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State biologists warn of Alaska bears emerging from dens

State biologists warn of Alaska bears emerging from densThe Alaska Department of Fish and Game is warning Alaskans to take precautions against bears emerging from winter dens.

Sunday last day to buy Ice Classic tickets

Sunday last day to buy Ice Classic ticketsSunday is the last day to buy tickets for the Alaska's biggest guessing contest, the Nenana Ice Classic.

Gardentalk: Spring is here

Gardentalk: Spring is hereSeed starting, planter preparation, and frost protection kick off this year's garden series.

Warm interior weather turns attention to river breakup

Warm interior weather turns attention to river breakupThis week’s warm weather is turning attention to river break up.

How a Juneau kid turned his passion into a profession

How a Juneau kid turned his passion into a professionIn "The Unrideables: Alaska Range," Jon Devore literally flies off snowy cliffs.

Rural designation process could impact Saxman’s subsistence status

Rural designation process could impact Saxman’s subsistence statusThe Southeast Alaska Subsistence Regional Advisory Council met in Saxman and Sitka last week to discuss and gather input on issues related to subsistence in the region, including a proposed change to the rural designation process.

Public testimony planned on hunting, fishing license fees

Public testimony planned on hunting, fishing license feesRep. Dave Talerico introduced the bill, which would increase resident hunting, fishing, trapping and combination licenses by $5 to $7. The cost for king salmon and waterfowl stamps would also increase.

Discovery Southeast honors teacher Allie Smith

Discovery Southeast honors teacher Allie Smith"I think it’s really important for kids to get comfortable with being outside," says Allie Smith.

Eaglecrest shuts down for season

Eaglecrest shuts down for seasonGeneral Manager Matt Lillard says it was fiscally responsible thing to do.

The annual draining of Twin Lakes

The annual draining of Twin LakesThe Alaska Department of Fish and Game and Juneau’s Parks and Recreation department drain Twin Lakes once a year to control the invasive weed, milfoil.