Alaska’s wage rate ranks eighth overall nationwide, wedged between Maryland and Colorado.
Thanks to an Anchor Point man, they’re now considered legal livestock in Alaska.
The settlement puts to rest a set of several lawsuits over the collision that killed then-state Rep. Gary Knopp and six other people.
Edie Grunwald says she’s now encouraging people to vote for incumbent Republican Gov. Dunleavy instead of Pierce.
The organizer’s husband won a brand new chainsaw.
North and South Yuyanq’ Ch’ex peaks, as they’ll be known from here on out, tower 5,000 feet above Turnagain Arm.
The bill wouldn’t guarantee parole for those people, but it would give them a chance in front of the Alaska Parole Board.
The series is part of a mosaic of language revitalization work from the Kenaitze Indian Tribe. The tribe recently launched a virtual Dena’ina Audio Dictionary and is continuing to offer language courses for adults and language lessons for kids.
Voters don’t rely on size alone when casting their ballots. But this year, they went with the chunkiest choice.
Jobs have been slow to recover across many industries since the COVID-19 pandemic began, but oil and gas is having an especially hard time.