The Trump administration has set Alaska back by permitting shameful and unpopular trophy hunting practices, writes Marybeth Holleman.
Sustainable salmon runs are the lifeblood of communities across Alaska. More than 50 years ago, Alaska’s nonprofit hatcheries set out to preserve and protect our salmon runs and keep them strong, healthy and sustainable for generations to come. By partnering with local fishermen, communities and state agencies, we’ve enhanced returns for all users — all while ensuring wild stocks remain strong.
The Exxon Valdez Oil Spill Trustee Council is planning to "spend down" the remainder of its funds.
The binding-caucus rule helps legislators serve the public in an orderly and efficient way, writes Sen. Gary Stevens.
This year's COVID-conscious Independence Day festivities will include a bike parade and the presentation of colors by the Coast Guard.
Wild foods draw bears close to neighborhoods, but trash and other attractants keep them there. Leaving trash accessible to bears is like leaving cookies on your counter and trusting your dog to leave them alone while you’re gone.
The Prince William Sound Aquaculture Corporation is here to support Alaska's salmon fisheries through the coronavirus crisis, write Tommy Sheridan, Mike Wells, Tina Fairbanks, Katie Harms, Dean Day, David Landis and Scott Wagner
The Rasmuson Foundation has made an inappropriate attempt to overturn the long-established process for distributing Exxon Valdez Oil Spill funds, writes Rick Steiner.
Alaska's new emergency communication system should not operate at the expense of urban and semi-urban residents, writes Sen. Peter Micciche.
The state of Alaska is working to fix issues with its online checkbook system, writes Kelly Tshibaka.