Courtney wonders where the time has gone, as she reflects on what has ended already, and what is just beginning.
A graphite deposit in the Imuruk Basin is looking promising, but as mining company Graphite One seeks to involve the communities, residents are worried about the impact on subsistence.
Yupik dance, mask making, and murals were just a few of the workshops offered at the first of what many hope will become an annual event.
Despite another year of exceptionally low king salmon runs, managers along the Yukon River say there should be a strong summer chum run and a chance for small, incidental take of Chinook.
A dispute over a dog kennel’s levels of noise (and smell) is testing where a musher’s right to raise sled dogs ends — and where a neighbor’s right to peace and quiet begins.
When you live in Alaska, does your own personal growth and change mimic the changes around you? Kristin seems to think so.
“It’s a way of teaching to get kids some authentic experiences and…put skills to work out in the community, where they matter,” said one teacher participant in the iTREC! program this year.
Our Native Languages Sounding Board is now complete, but you can listen here and share your thoughts.
The all-Nome cast performs Oscar Wilde’s “The Importance of Being Earnest” on Friday and Saturday night at 7 p.m., with a matinee Sunday at 2 p.m.
Francesca reflects on the changing of yet another season.