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Signs of Life Discovered on Remote Alaskan Islands
August 30, 2012
Dennis Griffin, with Oregon’s State Historic Preservation Office, has been combing the hillsides of Alaskan tundra looking for signs of life. He’s been exploring Hall and St...
Health Care Options Improve for Rural Veterans
August 28, 2012
Traveling by plane, boat, taxi or all the above for basic health care needs is not uncommon for people who reside on the remote islands and extreme edges of Alaska, reported The Br...
Alaska Requests Superfund Status for Abandoned, Mercury-Oozing Red Devil Mine
August 23, 2012
Alaska officials are asking the U.S...
AAIP Honors Alaskan Doctor as 'Physician of the Year'
August 17, 2012
Dr. David Baines The Association of American Indian Physicians (AAIP) has honored Dr...
Versatility of Business Suits Alaska Native Student
August 20, 2012
Not only was 20-year-old Alaska Native student Lauren Sophia Ashana Johnson chosen to represent Alaska for the 100 year anniversary of the National Cherry Blossom Festival in Washi...
Alaska Philanthropist Mary Louise Rasmuson Walks On at 101
August 05, 2012
Mary Louise Rasmuson, whose family foundation has awarded more than $200 million in grants to Alaska nonprofit organizations like the Anchorage Museum and the Alaska Native Heritag...
Caught in the Act: Brown Bears Snagging Salmon
August 05, 2012
Bears have gotten lots of bad press over the past year for killing people , eating carcasses and fighting on suburban lawns . Last year they woke up early from hibernation...
China Surpasses Japan in Greatest Imports of Alaskan Fish, Logs and Minerals
July 13, 2012
China's middle class reportedly loves Alaskan fish. The country became the state's biggest trading partner for the first time in 2011, reported the Alaska Dispatch ...
Gwich’in Gathering Set for July 23-27 in NWT
July 07, 2012
In its ongoing search for innovative approaches to issues of culture, the border, climate and international concerns, the Gwich’in Nation is summoning all to its biennial Gwich’in ...
North to Alaska: The 49th State Is the Last Frontier in Sportfishing
July 22, 2012
The history of Alaska has been shaped as much by its fish as by its settlers and its geography...
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