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Tanner crab season opens to high expectations

Frigid February fishing in Alaska features crabbing from the Panhandle to the Bering Sea, followed in March by halibut, black cod and herring. Southeast crabbers will drop pots for Tanners on Friday, and they’re expecting one of the best seasons ev...


Alaska truckers show support for Canadians protesting vaccine mandates

Alaska truck drivers have rallied in support of their counterparts in Canada who oppose COVID-19 vaccine mandates. More than 100 truck drivers on Sunday drove the 10 miles from Anchorage to Eagle River to support truckers in Canada who have been loud...

 By Mark Thiessen    News    February 9, 2022

Candidate for governor picks running mate who was at infamous Trump rally

ANCHORAGE (AP) — A Homer man whose home was mistakenly raided by FBI agents searching for a laptop stolen from the U.S. Capitol during the Jan. 6, 2021, insurrection has been chosen as the running mate for conservative Alaska Republican gubernatori...



HELP WANTED Looking for a new career for the new year? Interested in working with youth in the community? Residential Youth Care is looking to hire multiple positions at our Ketchikan location including: Residential BHAs Day and Night Shift,...


West Virginia Democrat Manchin backs Murkowski

WASHINGTON (AP) — West Virginia Democratic Sen. Joe Manchin on Sunday endorsed Republican colleague Lisa Murkowski, of Alaska, for reelection, crossing party lines to back the incumbent who faces a primary challenger supported by former President...


Negotiators fail to rein in China's growing squid fleet

MIAMI (AP) - Negotiators from the U.S., China and 13 other governments failed to take action to protect threatened squid stocks on the high seas off South America amid a recent surge in activity by...


Wrangell adds 8 new COVID cases on Friday

Updated Friday evening, Feb. 11, 2022 Wrangell reported eight new COVID-19 infections Friday, raising the total to 21 cases since Jan. 31 -- a slower pace than the record-setting wave of 185 COVID-19 cases Dec. 30 to Jan. 30. The 206 cases reported... Full story


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