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…

Unalakleet: Water running low after pipe break

The city of Unalakleet’s water circumstance is crumbling, a city official said Friday. The water tank in the group of 700 dipped under 4 feet, which implies all Unalakleet occupants are on a bubble water see, said City Manager Davita Hansen. A remote support laborer from Nome and Unalakleet staff were utilizing an excavator to Read More…

Anchorage Will Give Bus a Winter Test Run

Jetty intends to test its first electric transport beginning in mid-December, a trial for how the innovation performs in frosty temperatures and an indication of endeavors by Mayor Ethan Berkowitz to direct the city toward elective and sustainable power sources. City authorities aren’t precisely certain how well a battery-controlled transport will work in Anchorage’s subarctic Read More…

Developing Alaska’s Arctic National Wildlife Refuge

In communicating restriction to the mindful improvement of a little cut of Alaska’s Arctic National Wildlife Refuge, The Post’s publication board reused stale, 40-year-old arguments without including a solitary voice from most by far of Alaskans — Democrats and Republicans — who bolster the advancement. In this manner, The Post neglected to incorporate a genuine Read More…

The FCC Regulates Access To The Internet

The five individuals from the Federal Communications Commission voted Thursday 3-2 along partisan divisions to scrap Obama-period unhindered internet rules, coming back to a “light touch” approach and closure what Chairman Ajit Pai has called the national government’s “micromanaging” of the web. The finish of unhindered internet rules denotes a gigantic triumph for the huge Read More…