Ever since the Russian Mission postmaster resigned, mothers have been left scrambling to get formula.
All Alaska agricultural producers are eligible for federal assistance under a new USDA program. But days before the deadline, not many have applied.
Donated dog food is making its way to some Yukon River communities where poor salmon runs have left mushers without fish to feed their teams.
When it comes to balancing the appeal of spending time with family and friends against the potential of contracting, and inadvertently spreading, COVID-19 — Alaskans are making tough decisions.
Amid months of uncertainty and pandemic disruptions, Anchorage restaurant owners say demand for Thanksgiving dinner to-go has been an unexpected boost for business.
In an order issued Wednesday, Judge Sharon L. Gleason wrote that federal officials had taken both conservation and public safety concerns into account when it approved Kake’s out-of-season hunt. She also noted that when federal officials reached out to state wildlife managers, they didn’t respond.
A Fish and Game biologist said they had “closed down pretty much the entire island, which I don’t think we’ve ever done before.”
The piglets have learned that if they pile enough dirt up against their electric fence, they can knock it out of commission.
The data is meant to help tribal citizens, and others, make educated decisions about where and when they’re harvesting.
A new study proves for the first time that people who lived in Interior Alaska more than 11,000 years ago ate salmon along with big game like bison.