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Why did the people who lived on Seward Peninsula for more than 4,000 years leave?
Sights and sounds in Loreto, Mexico.
Fun in the sun with birds, whales and sardines.
Murkowski deserve credit for uniting lawmakers on this bipartisan issue.
Research into wave energy could serve as template for Alaska’s coastal communities.
It’s not an adventure until something goes wrong.
The forces shaping Alaska never sleep.
Enjoy the ride.
“Education is a job creator.”
There are more species of arthropod than all other animals combined.
A wolf named Riley.
Despite their reputation, flies are useful in many ways.
As a kid, this trail was ours. As an adult, it’s a shared spot.
In time, some birds came back. Many did not.
Scientists are performing some rare fieldwork.
Alaska’s infamous salmon-related content never seems to die.
How to justify purchasing those new waders.
Winter brings a variety of observations.
City is identifying important issues, setting sustainability goals.