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A Thanksgiving Morning

A beautiful sun greeting an empty campus on thanksgiving morning. I am so thankful that I have the opportunity to live in such an amazing place, beautiful place. Love ya, Alaska.



Today marks the 9th Thanksgiving I’ve spent away from my family and while it’s bitter-sweet in ways I couldn’t be more blessed.  It’s truly been an example of God’s provision to me.   159 more words

Amanda Dorough

Alaskan reporter who quit on air to support pot legalization ordered to comply with subpoena

ANCHORAGE, Alaska – A campaign finance investigation is moving forward against an Alaska television reporter who quit her job on-air and vowed to work toward legalizing marijuana. 122 more words



Thanksgiving is my favorite holiday. When I was a kid, it was because I liked the colors. Orange is one of my favorite colors and I love (Lower 48) fall leaves. 259 more words


EPA effort to block Pebble Mine in Alaska hits judicial bump

A federal judge in Alaska has temporarily barred the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency from exercising a veto of a permit needed to build the largest open pit mine ever proposed in North America. 163 more words

Public Lands

The Cultural Significance of Never Alone: Kisima Inŋitchuŋa

Polygon’s Ben Kuchera recently wrote a rather interesting opinion piece on video game criticism, describing the trade as based on two levels: the surface level criticisms that relay information on game mechanics, functionality, etc.; and a second level of criticism that attempts to delve beyond the basic idea of ‘is a game playable’ and instead seeks to comment on the game’s place in society. 736 more words

Video Games

Alaska Was a Dream Come True

When you pack your hunting gear for a mixed bag combo hunt you will never expect to end up fly fishing for the best rainbow trout ever. 647 more words

Fly Fishing