Richard Edward See

Richard Edward See, 63, Anchorage, Alaska resident passed away September 14, 2015. Born and raised in Sitka, Alaska, his parents were Thomas See and Connie See Wilkins. Richard was a graduate from Sitka high school where he participated...
The Zen Master of the Big Salmon River

...the third, we found the (difficult to see) outflow.The most dangerous part of the...around a dozen wolves joined in. We could see the curve in the river the howls were coming from but we didn't see the animals. Some of them were higher pitched...
Activation dust

...from the edge of town, once you start to see the first bits of snow on the highest peaks...and even angry as a runner when I start to see these first dustings of snow in the mountains...snow brings with it, and my ability to see any change in the landscape as an exciting...
Falcons underdogs but overachievers

...478th nationally."From what we have seen of Thunder on film we see a team that has improved pretty steadily over the course of the...adjustments have to be made. There are times when you cannot see everything as a coaching staff from the sideline, and it is...
Polls show concern over transboundary mining, desire for action

...4.4, 19 times out of 20.For additional information on the Alaska poll, see and for more information on the British Columbia poll, see
Walker makes pitch for opening ANWR to Obama administration

...a challenge, but it was important for him to get his plan on the administration's radar.He says he might be able to craft a strategy from the pushback he heard. He says he's not ready to give details yet, but does see a path forward.
Alaska Science Forum: Unusual songbird meets an early snowstorm

...high-pitched chatter in our neighborhood before, mistaking them for the similar calls of brown creepers. And it's hard to see those flitting little bodies as they branch-hop through the tips of 100-foot spruces. Maybe they are more common here than...
Local goalies learn from the best

...saw the value of what they get over what they have to give."Value equals utility over cost," Sikich said. "They have to see what they can get out of this and ask themselves, 'What do you desire? Do you want to make the A team? Do you want to feel...
Empire Editorial: 'Kayaktavists' and a whole lot of head-shaking

...questions remain: Will the Arctic become too cost prohibitive for new exploration and industry? Maybe. Will those "kayaktavists" see the light and turn to buying vessels that are at least made of recycled plastic, if not made of wood? Perhaps only if true...
Prudhomme, Louisiana chef who popularized Cajun food, dies

...blistering hot."I'm at least partly to blame that so many people think all Cajun food is red-hot and spicy," he said. "I see people dumping red pepper on food and I feel like crying."Prudhomme's weight, as much as his cooking skills, was a career...
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