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 By Dan Rudy    News    April 9, 2015

Fugitive charge leveled at Salard over La. warrant

Former physician Greg Salard was arraigned at Alaska First District Court in Juneau Tuesday on the charge of being a fugitive from justice. In a story released by Alaska Native News, the charge is said to stem from an outstanding warrant for his...


Christmas tree tips to keep your needles off the floor

When a Christmas tree is cut, over half of its weight is water. With proper care, you can maintain the quality of your displayed trees. Below are a number of tips relating to the care of displayed trees: 1. Displaying trees in water is the most...

 By Laine Welch    Dockside    July 10, 2014

Fish Factor

With salmon fisheries going on every summer all across Alaska, you might wonder why so much attention is focused on Bristol Bay. The answer can be summed up in two words: sockeye salmon.  Bristol Bay is home to the largest red salmon runs in the wor...

 By Laine Welch    Dockside    April 17, 2014

Fish Factor

Alaska's total salmon catch for 2014 is projected to be down by almost half of last year's record haul. State fishery managers are calling for an all species harvest of just under 133 million salmon,...

 By Brian O Connor    News    April 3, 2014

Seal hunt yields unusual harvest for Wrangell

The seals' death circulated via text message, phone, and word of mouth the minute they touched the shore of Shakes Island Friday. Alaskan Native Wrangellites had hunted, killed, butchered - and would... Full story


Lady Wolves head into season with new coach

First-year girls basketball head coach Edna Abella-Nore has high expectations for the upcoming season unrelated to the team record. "My expectations for the season ... the biggest one is that every...


USFS study looks at health of Shore Pine in Southeast

The U.S. Forest Service has installed permanent monitoring locations on Wrangell Island and in other areas of Southeast Alaska to track shore pine tree survival and health status over time and to...

 By Greg Knight    News    June 6, 2013

Yarrow: sleep aid and pain killer from the forest

For many Natives in Southeast Alaska the use of natural herbs and plants is as essential today as it was to their ancestors in years past – and whether they are used to alleviate pain, or help as a...


Salard files appeal in court

Local physician Greg Salard has filed an appeal in Alaska trial court concerning the Wrangell Medical Center (WMC) Board of Director’s decision not to grant him privileges to work at the hospital. The appeal was filed in Wrangell court March 9,...


Fish Factor

Most people don’t know that 40 years ago Alaska pioneered the use of sonar to track salmon runs, or that state fishery managers operate 15 sonar sites on 13 rivers from Southeast to the Yukon. The goal of making Alaskans more aware of one of...


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