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Agencies Announce Partial Opening of River and Areas

September 9, 2019

CORRECTION: See updated release on September 10, 2019.

Agencies Open Areas to the Public for Recreation Access

Effective 12:01am on Tuesday, September 10, 2019… 604 more words

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August 5 -8 - The road to Valdez

I have never really been emotional about leaving a place, but I choked up looking at Resurrection Bay just before pulling out of Seward.

We were about to leave the view, the water, the air, the people, the gelato… oh the gelato… but it was time to move on. 632 more words

Journey To Alaska 2019

Alaskan Heat Dome

A huge upper-level high pressure has parked itself over much of southern Alaska; Graphic credit: TropicalTidbits.com

Record breaking temps hit the southern part of Alaska on July 4th. 155 more words

The Making of Brother Bear

The Making of Brother Bear

Aaron Blaise and Robert Walker

Brother Bear tells the story of Kenai who is taught
an important of lesson of what it means to walk a mile in another’s shoes when… 1,220 more words

July-August Issue

Alaskan History Magazine’s second issue ranges widely through Alaska’s past to bring an assortment of topics for readers to enjoy! In the opening photo feature the focus is on the missionaries who blazed trails across territorial Alaska, sharing their various versions and interpretations of God’s Word and building hospitals, schools, and churches which would change Alaska forever. 215 more words


Warm, dry weather pushes Swan Lake Fire to more than 12,500 acres

The Swan Lake Fire in the Kenai National Wildlife Refuge grew in size Friday, but firefighters were able to keep it from spreading south and west toward the Sterling Highway. 659 more words

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Mt. Redoubt, Alaska

It looms from across the inlet from where we all sit, its feet empty of people but its gaze always on us. Its name means “fortress,” if you believe that’s its original name. 92 more words