Tyonek became the first beluga calf to be successfully nursed back to health when the Alaska SeaLife Center. The scientific success story came just a few years after another stranded beluga calf, Naknek, died from infections.
Kenai Peninsula College professor Jeffrey Meyers said he was just starting to think about how to make sense of that day and contextualize it in his American history courses. On the anniversary of the riot, he said it’s something he has thought a lot about in the year since.
Walton’s resignation caps a four-month tenure. In his time on the board, Walton attended one work session in Anchorage.
Last year, there were almost 1,700 fewer kids in the district’s brick and mortar schools, as parents opted for private school or homeschool.
Members of the North Pacific Fishery Management Council voted to link groundfish trawl fishing in the Bering Sea and Aleutian Islands to halibut abundance, capping a six-year debate about curbing halibut bycatch in Alaska.
The earthquake centered in Lake Clark National Park shook Southcentral Alaska Tuesday at about 1:40 p.m.
The lawsuit alleges Sterling resident Max Finch used a wiretap for years to avoid paying for energy for his business, Alaska Canoe and Campground.
The U.S. Economic Development Administration announced this week that the proposed mariculture project is among 60 finalists for a Build Back Better Regional Challenge grant.
The action caps — at least for now — a six-year debate about curbing halibut bycatch in Alaska.
Aaron Gordon spent the last five years designing and fine-tuning his very own dice game. Unbeknownst to his friends and family, they were part of that experiment.