Company spokesperson Mike Heatwole confirmed that Pebble set up two camps in mid-July to map wetlands in the Koktuli drainage to meet the Corps’ new mitigation requirement.
Eight superior court and seven district court judges are on the ballot in Alaska’s third judicial district.
Bear 747 got over 41,000 votes and defeated runner-up, Chunk, in the last round.
This year’s surplus of salmon led to less competition along Brook River Falls — a peaceful harvest that saw bear cubs playing with other family groups.
Garrett Everidge, an economist at the McDowell Group, says processors have spent $50 million dollars on COVID-19 mitigation plans so far.
Northern Dynasty says Collier resigned because of his secretly recorded comments about Alaska’s elected leaders and federal regulators.
This is the first break-in at the Dillingham marijuana store. Stolen items include marijuana gummies and soda as well as glass, rubber and gasmask bongs.
Fish and Game biologist Pat Jones said muskox bulls will “show up in areas first, and maybe five years to 10 years later we start seeing cows.”
Artist and activist Amber Webb got into advocacy work after “just kind of realizing how little was being done — it’s the kind of problem where you try to do anything you can when you realize how grave the situation is.”
The 150-foot vessel belongs to Northline Seafoods and is worth $7 million. It was beached near Ekuk, a fishing community south of Dillingham.