Yukon Quest Officials Enjoy Stay in Dawson City

As he strolled around the Carmacks checkpoint Sunday evening, Yukon Quest Race Marshal Doug Harris had the opportunity to appreciate some peace and calm, a to a great degree uncommon open door for his position. Now and again, it appeared as though Harris’ telephone was stuck to his ear as groups spent an obligatory 36-hour Read More…

Proposed Trump Cuts for Marine Mammal Programs

There was uplifting news for some marine warm blooded creature support bunches Monday. An interests court maintained an Endangered Species Act posting for ringed seals. Be that as it may, with the arrival of President Donald Trump’s 2019 spending plan, the whole day wasn’t a triumph. Trump proposes wiping out government dollars for a few Read More…

A Palmer Skier’s Journey to Pyeongchang

Palmer High crosscountry ski mentor Mikey Evans recollects the day he met Grace Miller. It was at a late spring rollerski exercise, and Miller had quite recently completed center school. The mentor had talked with her mom early and been educated that Miller had no arm underneath her left elbow. Be that as it may, Read More…

Alaska Airlines Plane Turns Back After Passenger Strips

A traveler stripped exposed and secured himself a lavatory on an Alaska Airlines flight Wednesday, compelling the plane to come back to Anchorage soon after departure. Air terminal Police and Fire Sgt. Darcey Perry affirmed the occurrence to KTVA TV of Anchorage, saying officers were dispatched to meet Alaska Flight 146 when it came back Read More…

Alaska And JetBlue Merge

No inquiry it is a likely couple of years ahead of schedule to conjecture about the potential for a merger amongst Alaska and JetBlue. However as of now in 2018, a couple of occasions might be perused as early markers that such a merger is a long way from unfathomable, in an industry where union Read More…

Alaska Prompts Widespread Tsunami Warnings

A noteworthy tremor has struck in the Gulf of Alaska, inciting tidal wave notices crosswise over parts of Alaska and beach front British Columbia in Canada. The tremor, which the U.S Geological Survey quickly appraised at a size of 8.2 preceding downsizing it to 7.9, happened late Monday night, hit 173 miles south-east of Chiniak, Read More…

Unusual Windstorm Triggers Power Outages and Blowing

Winds blasting to close sea tempest constrain pounded Southcentral Alaska Sunday into Monday, activating force blackouts and making for a troublesome drive on the Glenn Highway. The most grounded breezes — blasting from 65 to 70 mph — cried down the Matanuska River from downtown Palmer to the convergence of the Glenn and Parks interstates, Read More…

Olympians Belong to All of Us

Ok, the Olympics. That once-at regular intervals zenith of games when American competitors who normally work in relative obscurity all of a sudden have a place, if not to the world, at that point to various schools, urban areas and states. On Friday we got an email from a daily paper in Idaho. It was Read More…

Filipinos track an Eruption of Volcano in Anchorage

In the bread kitchen area of the Stop N’ Shop Asian Market, proprietor Betalyn Delacruz looked through Facebook on her telephone Wednesday evening, taking a gander at shots of a dynamic well of lava more than 5,000 miles away in the Philippines. She and her mother, Marietta Morota, recollect what it resembled in 1984 when Read More…