KOTZEBUE, ALASKA — The packed gymnasium of the Kotzebue school erupted in thunderous applause when President Barack Obama entered the room and took the stage.
FAIRBANKS — If you spend more than 200 nights each year on stage talking to random strangers in the audience, some strange things are bound to happen.
KOTZEBUE—As utility crews hung U.S. and Alaska flags this morning along 3rd Avenue, the route President Barack Obama will take when he lands this afternoon, representatives from Northwest Alaska villages gathered to talk about how climate change has already been affecting their communities.
ANCHORAGE, Alaska - It's a good bet that President Barack Obama will never use a honey bucket.
FAIRBANKS—An aquatic weed previously thought to have invaded only Interior waterways around Fairbanks has now been spotted downstream of Nenana.
SEWARD, Alaska — President Barack Obama stared down a melting glacier in Alaska on Tuesday in a dramatic use of his presidential pulpit to sound the alarm on climate change.
FAIRBANKS — A new head coach and two familiar rivals open the season for the Alaska Nanooks cross country team today.
FAIRBANKS — The Interior has dozens of animals marked for conservation but none on a short list of 16 example “priority” Alaska animals, according to a draft document used to determine allocation of conservation grants.
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