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BY JAMES BROOKS FOR THE CAPITAL CITY WEEKLY There will be no emergency listing of Prince of Wales Island wolves on the Endangered Species List. In a letter to the six conservation groups requesting the emergency listing, U.S.
Denali: New name, same park

There is a children's popup book about the Denali National Park and Preserve. In it, a young girl boards a bus to travel into the park and different animals are seen with each turned page.
My Turn: Denali says it all

Most Alaskans don't need any convincing that the name of Alaska's great mountain was rightfully restored to Denali. Nor do we think there's any merit to the gripes coming out of Ohio or the anti-Obama punditry.
My Turn: Young leaders lend voices on culture and climate change

...inspiration to the next generation of leaders, as we know these five ambassadors will, then we've invested wisely in our future, and more importantly, in theirs. ? Sally Jewell is secretary for the U.S. Department of the Interior.
Jewell: Denali name change is final

...Republican and Speaker of the House, said he was "deeply disappointed" that President Obama allowed U.S. Department of the Interior Secretary Sally Jewell to restore Denali's name from Mount McKinley.On Monday, Jewell said it doesn't...
My Turn: Sullivan: President must experience 'real' Alaska through its people

Alaska has benefited from many Presidential visits, and it's always good to have the national spotlight shine on us.
Alaska Editorial: Sturgeon case vital for Alaska's sovereignty

The following editorial first appeared in the Fairbanks Daily News-Miner: The case of John Sturgeon versus the National Park Service and the Department of the Interior is strikingly important with regard to the sovereignty of the state of Alaska.
Arctic drilling complaint clears Legislature

After passing a landmark gas pipeline deal, the Alaska House approved a formal complaint against the Obama administration's decision to cancel oil and gas lease sales in the Arctic.
State | AK legislature
Lawsuit, divisiveness hamper Native Hawaiian election effort

HONOLULU - A group of Native Hawaiians are organizing an election to create a national government for the first time since American businessmen, backed by U.S. Marines, overthrew the Hawaiian kingdom more than 100 years ago.
Nation and World
Parks: Welcome, Fourth Graders

A new national program aims to get fourth graders, and their families, into national parks for free.


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