Most Alaska villages don’t have regular vet visits. A trip to the vet in urban Alaska can cost several hundred dollars and require multiple flights.
With one-third of the buildings in Nome vacant, dealing with abandoned structures is the number one request from the public.
North America’s largest land animal has made it to the Kuskokwim.
Diesel fuel leaking from a storage tank along a road in Wales has been contained, according to the Alaska Department of Environmental Conservation.
Monday marked the final deadline to vacate one of Nome’s more infamous housing projects.
One of two companies seeking to open a liquor store in Bethel is withdrawing its application for the moment. The city hasn’t had a liquor store in four decades.
Several fishermen voiced frustration at the closures, not because they’ll miss out on the long-restricted kings, but because gear restrictions will hinder their ability to capture the more abundant chum.
Tribal sovereignty experts say the changes could have major implications for foster care in Alaska.
An oil spill of unknown origin is for the third time in the last year seeping off of Shishmaref’s western coast, but now the state Department of Environmental Conservation says they may have identified the source.
The restaurant provides the first Thai offerings in Bethel. They plan on opening later this month.