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Haines hunting guide sentenced for Lacey Act violation

John Katzeek was ordered to serve 4 years probation, and pay a $2,000 fine plus $1,500 restitution.

Low snow slashes Eaglecrest staff hours

Low snow slashes Eaglecrest staff hoursOnly half of the expected employees at the Eaglecrest Ski Area have been able to fill out their time cards this winter.

Black Bear Chair to run on Thursday

Black Bear Chair to run on Thursday "We didn’t want to send people up there for an experience that was simply not enjoyable," says General Manager Matt Lillard.

USFS proposes floating dock at Anan Observatory

USFS proposes floating dock at Anan ObservatoryThe U.S. Forest Service is taking public comments on a proposal to build a floating dock at the Anan Wildlife Observatory.

Waiting for snow, and helping Mother Nature

Waiting for snow, and helping Mother NatureEaglecrest Ski Area managers turn on the snow-making guns to make a base.

Second boy reaches deal in illegal Brevig Mission muskox killings

Second boy reaches deal in illegal Brevig Mission muskox killingsBoth boys charged with chasing down a herd of muskox before killing several of the animals just outside of Brevig Mission have now reached a deal.

Video: Two rescued in skiff grounding at Kanga Bay

Video: Two rescued in skiff grounding at Kanga BayThe Coast Guard rescued a man and woman after their 17-foot skiff ran aground in Kanga Bay near Sitka on Saturday.

Avalanche survivor returns to Rainbow Ridge, recovers bodies of companions

Avalanche survivor returns to Rainbow Ridge, recovers bodies of companionsThe survivor of the Dec. 6 avalanche at Rainbow Ridge returned to the site in the Eastern Alaska Range last week to recover the bodies of his friend and dog.

Bethel receives an unusual winter visitor – A robin

Bethel receives an unusual winter visitor – A robinA rare winter robin has been spotted in Bethel and it has folks wondering what exactly it means. Locals and a biologist say they think it has to do with climate change.

2 vehicles sink on Fairbanks ice stretch used as a shortcut

2 vehicles sink on Fairbanks ice stretch used as a shortcutAt least two vehicles recently sank into the Chena River on a section long used as an ice-covered shortcut