Sabine Poux, KDLL - Soldotna
Fish and Game's area manager for UCI commercial fisheries says the projections aren’t surprising.
The historic Jesse Lee Home is mostly demolished. Now, the Seward property will be rezoned as a park, following a unanimous vote by the Seward City Council last week.
The Alaska SeaLife Center in Seward is partnering with an oil spill response organization to rehabilitate oiled marine mammals in Western Alaska.
The federal government has released a draft environmental impact statement on an oil and gas lease sale in Cook Inlet, tentatively scheduled for late 2021, a process conservationists say is rushed.
Some lawmakers are using sites like MeWe, but they have yet to gain the traction of social media giants like Facebook and Twitter.
Safari Club International is appealing a decision from a federal judge to uphold hunting and trapping restrictions in the Kenai National Wildlife Refuge.
Originally, the state told providers they couldn't start vaccinating seniors until later in January. Now, Alaskans 65 and older can make an appointment to receive the vaccine at covidvax.alaska.gov.
Scientists are still digging for answers about the low abundance of adult razor clams on the east side of Cook Inlet. In the meantime, charter companies are taking passengers over to the west side, where razors abound.
A new federal act will set aside funds annually to support fledgling fishermen, pending approval from President Donald Trump.
A coalition of truckers and backcountry recreators pressured the Department of Transportation to reopen a maintenance station in Turnagain Pass.
James Fisher died four days after testing positive for COVID-19, in long-term care facility Heritage Place in Soldotna. He was 93.
John Power remembers a set of foreboding, low-frequency volcanic earthquakes under Redoubt 23 hours before the eruption. That was AVO’s first hint of the six-month eruption that followed
Federal managers voted Monday to close a huge swath of Upper Cook Inlet to commercial salmon fishing, capping a two-year fight over the fate of the fishery and its 500 permit-holders.
With little government action on Kenai Peninsula, businesses left to enforce mask rules on their own
Without mask requirements from state or city officials, business owners on the Kenai Peninsula have been left to enforce public health protections on their own.
Nearly a third of residents at Heritage Place have tested positive for COVID-19, but the facility operator says that so far, no residents have been hospitalized.
Alaska’s oldest World War II veteran, 103-year-old Hallie Dixon, decoded and encrypted messages for the Navy as a telegrapher during the war. And that wasn’t even her greatest adventure.
Lawsuits and a decline in membership have forced the organization to stop picking up and distributing road-killed moose, this time for good.
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