Grant aids rural backhaul pilot program

A $120,000 Environmental Protection Agency grant will allow a non-profit Anchorage firm to address waste issues in 30 rural off-the-road Alaska Native villages accessible...

Rescued sea otter pup treated at SeaLife Center

Medical staff at the Alaska SeaLife Center in Seward say a two-month-old male sea otter pup who arrived dehydrated, malnourished and barely responsive is...

Grad student study focused on revival of razor clams

A graduate student intent on helping to revive the razor clam biomass that she grew up harvesting on the Kenai Peninsula is studying clam...

Work begins on Kivalina evacuation, school site access road

Construction of a seven-mile evacuation and school site access road project is under way in the northwest Alaska coastal community of Kivalina.Equipment, fuel and...
A view of Sheridan glacier as seen from the end of the Sheridan Glacier trail on Wednesday, Jan. 17, 2018. Photo by Emily Mesner/The Cordova Times

Ice-free corridor once sustained Arctic marine life

A small ice-free oasis between ice covered continents and the frozen ocean allowed marine life to thrive during the last ice age, some 20,000...

Lawsuit challenges salmon stream water rights decision

An appeal filed in the Alaska Superior Court in Anchorage challenges a state decision denying a citizen group’s request to reserve water in streams...

Murkowski honored as 2018 Clean Energy Champion

Citizens for Responsible Energy Solutions has named Sen. Lisa Murkowski, R-Alaska, as a 2018 Clean Energy Champion.CRES Managing Director Heather Reams cited Murkowski’s “strong...

King Cove electricity is now 80 percent hydro

Electricity in King Cove costs 30 cents a kilowatt hour, thanks to two hydroelectric facilities, which have together boosted the city’s annual energy production...

Project aims to protect gear from whale depredation

A $245,000 federal grant awarded to the Alaska Longline Fishermen’s Association will be used for a project to detect sperm whales up to eight...

Bird migration patterns are changing

Scientists with the U.S. Geological Survey say that while spring is arriving earlier in many parts of North America, it is not advancing uniformly...

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