There were once seven in the state, all built within an eight-year period. But they’ve all been replaced, generally with more sturdy steel versions.
With a little help from a chartered flight, a whaling crew from Nuiqsut shared more than 2,000 pounds of bowhead with the inland community of Anaktuvuk Pass.
The service aims to reduce the flood of unwanted emails that distract people from work while also supporting nonprofits.
Misinformation is a powerful tool being used to oppose the need for a new Inlet View Elementary School and discredit the designers.
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Birchwood ABC families are worried about the fate of both their school and a much-loved learning program.
An Anchorage-based pediatrician said a peak in respiratory illnesses in Alaska that’s hitting kids particularly hard was likely at least a few weeks away.
Tubas, sousaphones, euphoniums, baritones, and a bass flugelhorn, filled the lobby of the Alaska Center for the Performing Arts Saturday for the annual holiday concert.
80-year-old Thomas Newton from Wasilla appeared to have suffered a medical event immediately prior to the collision, according to Alaska State Troopers.
Despite a loss to the Netherlands, there was plenty of enthusiasm among local soccer fans for both the team and the tournament.
The holiday season is like the rest of the year, but on steroids.
The money will eventually give the school the ability to accept around 85 students a year — more than twice its current class size.
Gov. Dunleavy has a rare opportunity to recast his legacy over the next four years.
The Seawolves defeated the Red Leafs 6-0 in their first home game in six weeks.
The e-commerce retiler’s plans include expanding the parking lot with space for more than 100 delivery vans and 125 parking stalls for workers.
The book is both a beautifully produced collection of Edward S. Curtis’ photographs and a travelogue.
In 2022, APFC’s investment management again outperformed benchmarks while navigating through a year of challenging investment conditions.
A recent paper by UAF scientists based on bone and antler findings speculates that moose have lived there since trotting across the Bering Land Bridge.
Outdoor columnist John Schandelmeier questions the wisdom of showcasing the symbol of a tragedy and says there are plenty of other places the funds could make a positive impact.
In 2018, Amana Mbise arrived in Anchorage to teach in the UAA social work department. Now he’s showing off his home country to friends and acquaintances in Alaska.
Project officials say Holtan Hills will bring needed development to a community facing an acute housing crisis, but their proposal, as written, faces opposition from many Girdwood residents.
Wayne and Wanda realize the potential pitfalls of the holiday visit, but say the positives of going outweigh the potential negatives.
Both earned All-America honors for their finishes.
The school briefly went into stay-put mode, a district spokesman said. No one was injured and the man was taken into custody, according to police.
Some legendary careers are winding down. Other mushers are taking a break. All are grappling with higher costs in an already-expensive sport.