Get up. Get outdoors. Have a look around. Here's a list of even more family-friendly winter activities to enjoy.Jill Burke
As a river eats its way into Newtok, residents are planning their moves to a new village site 12 miles away. One family will move into a house on skis with the ability to migrate as needed with self-contained water and electrical systems.Ned Rozell
A culture-first approach at the Shungnak school is reconnecting students in the Northwest Arctic village of Shungnak with their  heritage, through programs like an Inupiaq word of the day, or sessions where elders teach students traditional methods for butchering seal.Shady Grove Oliver | The Arctic Sounder

We head out of Kotzebue by snowmachine. It’s not too cold out, but cold enough that the ice is thick beneath our treads. We’re traveling out to check Darin Nelson and his father, Louis Sr.’s, nets on Kobuk Lake and he’s picked a good time to go. It’s a clear, calm window between two winter storm fronts that bring lots of powder and high winds.

Shady Grove Oliver | The Arctic Sounder
At a lake 17 miles north of Kotzebue, a father and son welcome a seasonal ritual -- setting and checking the nets they place under the ice to catch sheefish. They'll feed the whitefish to their dogs and sell some to mushers around the state.Shady Grove Oliver | The Arctic Sounder
A section of bluff along the Itkillik River in Alaska's Arctic has eroded at a sustained rate of nearly 62 feet a year for a decade and a half -- faster than any other river in the Northern Hemisphere's permafrost regions, a new study has found.Yereth Rosen
Several wooden boxes in Barrow were filled to the brim with whale. This week the boxes come out of the cellars as whaling captains and their crews make their way around town Thanksgiving morning, distributing meat, muktuk and aqikkak, or tail flukes, to local churches.Shady Grove Oliver | The Arctic Sounder
A proposed gold mine that would be the largest economic development project in the Yukon-Kuskokwim Delta moved a step forward with the release of a significant federal environmental review.Lisa Demer
Cheap flights offered in 2010 to two political candidates through Alaska money manager and anti-Pebble mine activist Bob Gillam violated state election law, the state Supreme Court ruled Wednesday in upholding a fine against Gillam’s RBG Bush Planes.Lisa Demer
With Dr. Marjorie Mau in her 50s, and just months after Dr. Ted Mala's retirement from a 40-year career in Alaska health care, the two are cherishing their time with their 6-month-old twins.Jill Burke