KSM, while a large mine, is just one of a handful Southeast Alaskans are concerned about. They and Alaska’s congressional delegation are working to spur international cooperation on the larger issue of mines in transboundary watersheds. Sen. Mark Begich hopes to soon jump-start that coordination.
Some of the 16 students in the Alaska Department of Fish and Game's Field to Freezer meat processing class last Saturday had hunted caribou, moose, antelope, grouse, ptarmigan, or whitetail deer before.
With signs of winter in the high hills and trees dropping their leaves all around town, one would think that plants are done for the year. This photo of Primula concholoba shows that it is already poised for next spring's bloom.
Alaska Electric Light & Power Co. officials will close the Salmon Creek Trail beginning Monday, Oct. 20 in order to repair an 80-foot section of road, also used by foot traffic, that washed away last winter after heavy rains.
The crew of the U.S. Coast Guard Cutter SPAR invites the Juneau community to tour the ship during their open house from 1 to 3 p.m. on Sunday, Oct. 19, at the Coast Guard Pier.
The tour is free to the public. An adult must accompany all...
The Division of Parks and Outdoor Recreation has approved funding for snowmachine trail grooming and a renewed opportunity for a rural transportation safety project after receiving input from the Snowmachine Trails Advisory Council, the...