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  • Russia wants to connect to Alaska
    Eyes on Alaska: Russia plans road from London to NYC
    Alaska has become the focus of attention recently and not just from Reality TV. Russia has increased their presence in the Arctic near Alaska, and the reason why has possibly come to the forefront. According to The Washington Post on Thursday,...
  • Missing family of 4 remains possibly found along with handgun
    Missing family of 4: Remains found with gun believed missing family and dog
    An extensive search for a missing family almost a year ago failed to find the Alaskan family of four who went missing from their home back in May. Human remains found on an trail less than half of a mile from their home this weekend may be the...
  • You say Spring; We say No
    You say Spring; We say No
    You say Spring. We say blah.You say golf. We say nah.You say green. We say pshaw.Ain't no spring springing up here in these parts of the great Canadian mid west.In fact, ain't hardly no spring at all no place else in Canada.Except maybe on...
  • Aviation Hall of Fame recipient Oren Hudson speaking during an Old Bold Pilots competion
    Alaska aviators to be inducted into Aviation Hall of Fame
    The Alaska Aviation Museum will induct three pilots into its Aviation Hall of Fame on March 26 in Anchorage.“The museum will honor Frank Dorbandt, Oren Hudson, and George Pappas into our Aviation Hall of Fame as part of a gala celebration of...
  • Blind dog returned to owner: Blind, lost dog survives -40 F, returned to owner
    Blind dog returned to owner: Blind dog lost for 2 weeks returned to Alaska owner
    The blind dog who was returned to her owner after having survived two weeks in Alaska's subzero temperatures was a lost Labrador retriever. Madera, the 11-year-old Labrador retriever, is back home in Fairbanks, Alaska, with her loving owners....
  • Blind dog returned to owner
    Blind dog returned to owner: Blind Labrador lost in frigid Alaska temps returned
    An Alaskan dog, blind from an autoimmune disease, was returned to her grateful owners, who never expected their beloved dog to survive as long as she did in frigid temperatures. During some of the coldest and harshest week of winter, the disabled...
  • Blind dog returned home after lost in woods for 2 weeks in below zero temps
    Blind dog returned to owner: Lost 2 weeks, dog's whine brings help in -0 cold
    A blind dog was returned to her owner, but only after she suffered through a life-threatening experience in the freezing Alaska winter. Any dog would be in danger in this cold, but a blind dog in the frigid Alaskan temperatures that dipped to 40...
  • Why are there all those Alaska reality shows?
    Flood of Alaska reality shows: The state pays millions to bring them in
    Have you wondered why there are so many Alaska reality TV shows? (We are using the term "reality" loosely here, of course.) As the L. A. Times reported on Wednesday, the State of Alaska has been paying large and unpublicized incentives...
  • Sarah Palin
    Alaska becomes third state with legal weed
    On Tuesday, recreational marijuana officially became legal in Alaska. Having decriminalized cannabis back in 1975, along with passing medical marijuana back in 1998, this doesn't really do much as far as Alaskans are concerned. They could...
  • 'Alaska: The Last Frontier': The butcher scenes are real
    'Alaska: The Last Frontier' is where the deer really bleed
    "Alaska: The Last Frontier" has already had its season finale, but Discovery Channel aired a special on Sunday night. Most of the scenes were compiled from the previous season with comments and discussion added. One thing was evident...
  • Alaska legal pot
    Alaska legal pot: Alaska becomes third state to legalize recreational weed
    Alaska is now the third state in the United States to legalize recreational pot. However, according to Seattle Pi on Feb. 24, although it is legal in the state, there are a few restrictions. They include no buying or selling the weed. So, how does...
  • Alaska tops Hawaii as happiest state in the Union
    Alaska tops Hawaii as happiest state in the Union
    If you are looking for a place where you can find a more positive sense of purpose, enjoy financial satisfaction, have positive social relationships and feel safe within your own community, you might want to consider moving to Alaska according to...
  • Alaskan Bush People new episode
    'Alaskan Bush People': The Browns battle illness, a bear and each other
    "Alaskan Bush People"aired a new episode on Discovery Channel Friday night. The Browns had their share of adversity this week, as usual, but their main problem was conflict among their fellow family members. Their father Billy was so...
  • Bill Brooks turns 99 Years-old
    Old bold pilot Bill Brooks turns 99-years old
    Old bold pilot—aviation legend Bill Brooks broke another barrier by turning 99-years old last weekend.Brooks and 40 of his close friends and family gathered to honor this nearly centenarian on Sunday Feb. 8th at the Alaska Aviation Museum...
  • Gunnar Kaasen and Balto
    Mushing with the cure
    During the summer of 1924, Curtis Welch was the only doctor in Nome, Alaska. He cared for the town’s population with the help of four nurses at the Maynard Columbus Hospital that boasted 25 beds. During the summer of 1924, he had 80,000...
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