The wreckage of the Saint Patrick is a testament to one of Alaska’s deadliest fishing disasters, and it remains an environmental hazard today.
The U.S. withdrawal from Afghanistan has been watched closely by veterans of the 20-year war. That includes many based or formerly based in Alaska, which is said to have a higher percentage of veterans than any other state.
James Aaron Stevens admitted in a plea agreement that he lied about where he harvested over 900,000 pounds of halibut and sablefish between 2014 and 2017.
GCI is partnering with a Matanuska Valley surveying company to chart the subsea floor along an 860-mile route from Kodiak to the Aleutians.
The Alutiiq Museum, which is based in Kodiak, will begin to digitize its collection with the eventual goal of expanding and digitizing collections from other museums. Museum collections curator Amanda Lancaster says they’re already using a database and have most of their objects catalogued. “We use a database called Collective Access…. So, we already have…
One criticism of the Native American Graves Protection and Repatriation Act is that it puts a huge burden of proof on Tribes.
What’s not on Young’s list? One very large bridge from Ketchikan to Gravina Island, where the city’s airport is.
The federal ruling affects the eastern Aleutians, Kodiak and Prince Williams Sound as well as the coastlines of Washington, Oregon and California.
A group of Bering Sea crabbers say they want more time to catch their quota before the state shuts down their season next week.
The Kodiak man killed while trying to pilot his small plane from Ketchikan to the Lower 48 apparently ran out of fuel a few miles from an airport.