The Outdoor Recreational Trails Advisory Board will meet to discuss grant applications on Wednesday and Thursday next week, Feb. 27 and Feb. 28, in Anchorage. The public is welcome to attend the meeting, which will be held from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
A bill introduced by request of Republican Gov. Sean Parnell Wednesday would move the date of Alaska's primary elections, which are currently held every even-numbered year on the fourth Tuesday of August, up by two weeks.
The Alaska Wildlife Alliance's January "Wildlife Wednesday" event will feature "The History of Wolf Management in Alaska" presented by Wayne Regelin.
The public is invited to a free lecture by Wayne Regelin on the "History of Wolf Management in Alaska" at the upcoming Wildlife Wednesday event beginning at 7 p.m. on Wednesday, Jan.
...comments were thoughtful and show that people are very passionate about this special area," said Ben Ellis, Director of the Division of Parks and Outdoor Recreation. "This is an issue that will require careful and thorough evaluation to determine...
Alaska's new labor commissioner, who state officials say attended the University of Alaska Southeast, now appears to not have finished high school. Dianne Blumer, appointed commissioner of the Department of Labor & Workforce Development by Gov.
There are few politicians in this state, or any other, who have become giants in history like the two men who represented the people of Alaska as it worked toward statehood.
FAIRBANKS - In 31 years working as a geologist in Alaska, Kate Bull had never been forced to spend the night out in the field while on the job until Saturday. She's not eager to do it again.
Since publically speaking out against Ballot Measure 2 I have had some of my friends, family, colleagues, and even my ex-wife ask me what the *%#!! I'm doing.
ANCHORAGE - Kenai Peninsula wolves will get at least a year reprieve from state-sanctioned culling.
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