What makes this 18-year-old from Kenai the fastest distance running girl to ever come out of an Alaska high school? Doyle Woody
During World War II, Dad saved two lives when the destroyer he was serving on hit a mine and sank in the English Channel. He earned a Bronze Star for bravery in action, but his bad luck with ships never really waned. Pete Garay
At the Kachemak Bay Shorebird Festival in Homer, bird calls, songs, quacks and caws competed in a beer-lubricated, fun-loving competition. Nancy Lord
A closer look at "Kinds of Winter" and "A Grizzly Trade."Kathleen Macknicki
All three Alaska poets philosophize on nature and mourn man’s impact upon it, but it’s Tom Sexton, echoing perhaps the most famous of all Carl Sagan quotes, who says what all three understand: that we are part of it.David A. James
If you are visiting Anchorage or moving here, we have many religious worship options. All major religions in America are represented with convenient and often beautiful worship places, close to major hotels, many within walking distance.Chris Thompson
A unique gift of land will preserve culturally significant settlements along the western shore of Cook Inlet near Tyonek.Zaz Hollander

The intention of Seeking the Source is to collect a history of the trail and the neighborhoods that surround it. Eight artists have converged to contribute in their own ways to mapping the trail.

Tara Young

Alaska fossil of 'buzz saw' shark, lost for 29 years, goes on display at the Alaska SeaLife Center

May 22, 2015 - 12:04pm -- krestia
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Courtesy Ray Troll

A fossil of a bizarre shark with a "buzz saw" bite, found in the Brooks Range -- then lost for 29 years in the Smithsonian archives -- is back in Alaska for an exhibit in Seward, thanks in part to Ketchikan artist Ray Troll.

A film that chronicles the excavation of a 200-year-old village along the banks of the Kobuk River -- and what happened when archaeologists found human remains -- is scheduled to play Friday night at the Amchorage Museum.

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