Latest Southeast Fairbanks Census Area, Alaska Stories
The oldest human remains ever discovered in sub-Arctic North America have been unearthed in a newly excavated archaeological site in Alaska.
A University of Alaska Fairbanks fisheries scientist has teamed up with Alaska Power and Telephone to study how a new power-generating turbine affects fish in the Yukon River.
Friday marked the last day of federally allowed subsistence hunting of Alaska's protected Fortymile caribou herd, authorities said. In all, 640 caribou were killed under a federal quota. A winter subsistence hunt with a quota of 40 caribou opens Nov.
By Daveen Rae Kurutz North Hills School District officials have recommended the school board close one of its seven elementary schools at the end of the school year. Under the plan, Northway Elementary would close in June, sending its students to the renovated McIntyre Elementary nearby.
Bald Eagle Energy Inc. (OTCBB:BEEI) (hereafter "Bald Eagle") is pleased to announce that it has received positive feedback in a new third-party petroleum geologist's report completed on May 12, 2008 by LAPP Resources Inc. Authored by LAPP President, David W.
The lies being spread about the time required to increase our oil production continue unabated by the Democrats. Here are some interesting facts that you never hear: * The Alaskan Pipeline/Prudhoe Bay development was as controversial as the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge is today.
By John Spratt / Special to The Herald As gas prices surge, many rally to what Andy Jackson wrote recently in The Herald: "Drill now, drill here." I am for anything responsible to bring prices down, whether it's more drilling or less speculation.
By Margaret Bauman, Alaska Journal of Commerce, Anchorage Jul. 27--A new federal/state visitor center in the planning stages for an area near Tok, just 91 miles from the Canadian border, has moved another step forward toward welcoming upward of 100,000 visitors annually. U.S.
By Tim Bradner, Alaska Journal of Commerce, Anchorage Jul. 20--The state of Alaska will push for construction of a small-diameter gas pipeline from Southcentral to Interior Alaska with a capacity of carrying 450 million cubic feet per day.
To: NATIONAL EDITORS Contact: Brendan Daly or Drew Hammill, +1-202-226-7616, both of the Office of the Speaker of the House WASHINGTON,July 17/PRNewswire-USNewswire/ --Speaker Nancy Pelosi spoke on the House floor this afternoon in support of the Drill Responsibly in Leased Lands (DRILL) Act.
- A political dynamiter.