I fidgeted a bit from the cold, crisp morning air. The sun had come up, but the Michigan cedar swamp was still dark. I could hear the crunch of my hunting partner’s footsteps in the crusty snow as he made his way further down the ridge to another deer stand. He paused about 50 yards away.

Monday, June 14, 2021
Thursday, June 10, 2021

It’s heating up in Alaska—and we’re not just referring to the approaching summer. Over the past 20 years, Alaskans have seen a dramatic increase in wildfire activity across the state…

Support for protecting the Permanent Fund dividend in the Alaska Constitution has reached unprecedented levels. Nearly 100 Alaskans called into the House Judiciary Committee hearing …

It’s a great time of year, when Alaskans emerge from the long, dark winter and launch eagerly into the great outdoors, ready to experience again the freedom and natural beauty for wh…

Wednesday, June 09, 2021

Alaskans have always had an independent, pioneering spirit. It is no surprise then, that a recent poll commissioned by the Alaska Chamber, Alaska Trucking Association, Alaska Support…

Friday, June 04, 2021
Thursday, June 03, 2021

A top Russian official warns that current efforts to reduce air pollution could cause the price of oil to skyrocket.

One hundred thirty thousand dollars. That’s what it takes for a down payment to buy an average-priced home in Bozeman, Montana. Then an aspiring homeowner must fork out another $3,00…