Man Struck in Head by Plane

A man struck in the head by a plane on a remote Arctic Ocean ice airstrip amid U.S. Naval force practices was required to return home from the healing facility this week. The man, who works for the Arctic Submarine Laboratory in San Diego, was flown with genuine head and neck wounds a week ago Read More…

Mountaineers at Denali in Alaska

Climbers who originate from around the globe to handle North America’s tallest mountain confront pressing out their very own greater amount human waste after a specialist found that an icy mass in which a lot of it is dumped is presumably not separating it. National Park Service (NPS) officers endeavoring to ensure the awesome inclines Read More…

Olympic Ski Relay for US Women

Randall, 35, is nearing the finish of a vocation in which she made the far-fetched conceivable by lifting the U.S. ladies’ group from indefinite quality to magnificence on the world stage. In Saturday’s 4×5-kilometer transfer, the five-time Olympian skied splendidly in what might be her last race at the Winter Games. Abandon it to Kikkan 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…

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…

Skating Party Celebrates New East Anchorage Park

Ice skaters filled the new skating strip at Chanshtnu Muldoon Park on Monday evening, festivity the close finishing of the recreation center’s first period of development. It’s a recreation center a long time really taking shape, said previous Northeast Community Council Member Ainslie Phillips. “It was my fantasy in 1997,” Phillips said Monday after she Read More…