It took two years for Camp Denali to install its new 90-kilowatt array at the end of the Park Road, near Wonder Lake.
Unalakleet housing director Kari Duame says having the kitchen and bathroom components completed offsite gets around the need to bring in skilled trades people.
While temperatures of 40 below zero might send most of us to our couches, Creamer’s Field Migratory Waterfowl Refuge biologist Mark Ross grabbed his recorder and some water.
Former Tanana Chiefs Conference Chief and Chairman Victor Joseph has been appointed to a federal task force to ensure all Americans are tested and treated for COVID-19 fairly.
At a Fairbanks city council meeting this week, some questioned a process where Juneau Police Chief Ed Mercer and consultant Greg Russell screened applications for Fairbanks’ next police chief.
City workers discovered that an overhead door in the city’s water-treatment plant had been left open overnight — and the temperature had plunged to 36 below zero.
The 11-day training exercise called Arctic Warrior mainly involves the 4th Infantry Brigade Combat Team Airborne out of Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson.
Echohawk, a Pawnee Indian, was raised in Delta Junction and showed an early interest in Alaska Native issues.
Despite a hold on most court proceedings, the decades-old murder trial of Sophie Sergie is proceeding through preliminary steps in Fairbanks.
Fairbanks residents, Alaska Native leaders and families of the missing gathered over the weekend for a vigil to increase awareness about an unusually high number of local missing persons, including several Native people. The outdoor vigil offered families of the missing an opportunity to share their stories, thank those who are aiding the ongoing search…