Small, mitigated risks to marine life in the Gulf of Alaska are well worth the gain for U.S. joint forces.
Sport and dip-net fishing contributes far more to the economy of the upper Cook Inlet than commercial fishing -- and management should reflect that.
OPINION: If Sen. Ted Stevens were alive today, he would be shocked to hear Alaska commercial fishermen inviting federal overreach to Cook Inlet.
OPINION: Fish-first policy is the guiding principle of the Alaska Board of Fisheries, and it's still paying off.
OPINION: Just about everyone involved in Alaska fishing took their lumps last year. So let's take a deep breath -- and take some of the contention out of sharing this bounty.
OPINION: Gov. Walker errs in leaving the Anchorage area without a voice on state Board of Fisheries.
OPINION: Gov. Walker makes his own choices for state boards and commissions, but he should have thought twice before choosing Roland Maw.
The rash of fatal aircraft accidents in Alaska this summer should have everyone in aviation concerned. There has been bad weather much of the summer, and most of the accidents have occurred in poor visibility conditions. But is it the weather causing the accidents? I don't think so. Weather has rarely flown into an aircraft; rather it is the other way around. The aircraft flies into bad weather.