...me going and using." When asked why he used the word "agony," Massera said "there could be a million reasons. The big one was: I felt a lot of pain in my life at the time. It was kind of coping with a word." "In those moments looking...
A repeat story and a new story for the new readers. You are truly an Alaskan when you measure the distance from one town to the other by hours not miles.
Racers preparing for this year's edition of the Iron Dog snowmachine race can expect a lot of the usual dangers, as well as a few unpredictable surprises, both on the trail and off it. For one, there is the weather.
Racers preparing for this year's edition of the Iron Dog snowmachine race can expect a lot of the usual dangers, as well as a few unpredictable surprises, both on the trail and off it. For one, there is the weather. A recent surge in temperatures across the Southcentral region of the state have melted the already thin snowpack and exposed much of the land with dirt, mud and open water.
...landed at 7-years-old. "You were lucky buddy," Scott said. Do you have a tale of one that got away? Landing the big one? A recipe you'd like to share? Send them to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Kenai River Brown Bears will have extra time both before and after tonight's Brown and Gold Game for fans to meet the players. The extra time will be needed because there are so many fresh faces on this season's roster.
A king without a crown: Chinook vulnerable to ocean forces Editor's note: This is the ninth in the Morris Communications series "The case for conserving the Kenai king salmon." Alaska's long-lived monarch - the king salmon - has fallen from its throne.
Disaster experts say it's not a question of "if," but "when" another big earthquake like the one of Good Friday 1964 will shake Alaska. That quake, the second largest ever recorded with a 9.
...seemed stranger than usual. What did it mean? Most of my fish dreams are somewhat similar -- I'm failing to catch the big one, I get to the lake and realize I'm without any gear, or my feet are being swarmed by a tide of fish that won't...
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