The greatest threat to our city is not upscale ADUs or a few more attractive duplexes in nice neighborhoods, but that we give in to unjustified fear and hyperbole.
Trapping groups argue, in effect, that traumatic dog deaths are a price that Alaskans will simply have to pay in order to assuage our political fears.
By Alaska standards, Adak — with its lack of trees, brush and bears — is surprisingly amenable to backcountry travel, and everyone on the island has a story.
Far out in the Aleutian chain, plenty of caribou await hunters on Adak Island. But the animals, which outnumber hunters more than 10 to 1, take advantage of the miserable weather and congregate in hard-to-reach spots.