Rick Hoffman and Kevin Fraley pose with a large buck steelhead caught by Hoffman. Hoffman has discovered several of his own secret fishing spots in the month he's been in Yakutat, working for the U.S. Forest Service.
The bear fell to all fours; the hair on her hump stood up as she cautiously nibbled greens. The two tiny cubs didn’t share their mother’s agitation. One picked up a shell, sat and rolled over on its back as its sibling pounced, perhaps at...
Over the years, I've grown many Narcissus, more commonly known as daffodils. One that has recently captured my attention is N. "Tweety Bird." Their bright, pure yellow color simply glows on Juneau's overcast spring days.
JUNEAU - The Alaska Department of Transportation & Public Facilities Safe Routes to School program invites schools statewide to participate in this year's National Bike to School Day, according to a release this week.
A large group of Canadians and Americans on Wednesday sent a letter to the British Columbia government, calling for a stop to the permitting of wet tailings facilities for new and proposed mines in B.C.