We find ourselves recalling how much Dave Roberts influenced our decisions to take our own adventures and writing lives to Alaska.
Our Towns: In Homer, the highway from Anchorage is an economic lifeline. But this year is different, with shifting social-distancing measures and uncertainty and disagreement over what comes next in a place that so far has seen few COVID-19 cases.
Impressionism isn’t science, and yet there are troubling developments this time around.
About 150 people rallied in Homer on Sunday to oppose Gov. Dunleavy’s cuts and urge local Rep. Sarah Vance, a newly elected Republican, to reverse her support for the vetoes.
A similar event organized by Americans for Prosperity-Alaska is scheduled in Anchorage on Tuesday evening.
The U.S. Supreme Court will hear the case of John Sturgeon for the second time on Monday.
The National Park Service is introducing a series of exhibits among the abandoned buildings in the heart of Wrangell-St. Elias National Park. McCarthy and Kennecott residents are praising the park’s “light touch” approach.
A city resolution written to lament America’s polarized politics and endorse tolerance has had Homer residents at each other’s throats.
McCARTHY — When he was still in his 20s and new to the Wrangell Mountains, Jim Edwards decided to walk the few hundred miles from his home in McCarthy to the port of Cordova. This was the mid-1950s and much of the railroad track that had opened the country 40 years earlier was still in … Continue reading The life and times of Jim Edwards, the can-do genius of Alaska’s lost decades
Family patriarch was serving 14 year term for abuse.
With Papa Pilgrim in prison, she tells her story
Robert Hale's children confront the patriarch and tell of savage beatings, torment and rape.
Deal means patriarch still concedes his guilt.
Family's patriarch, charged with incest, rape and assault, would get 14 years.
Patriarch wanted on 30 charges found near Eagle River.