Late stand lifts Whalers to first state football title

Oct 20th 12:47 am By Tommy Wells

Barrow charges to thrilling 20-14 victory over Homer Mariners

Statewide Stories

AFN convention shines light on Native issues

October 19th 11:45 pm

Annual event happens this week in Anchorage

Opinion: AFN kicks off week of celebrating, supporting Alaska Native culture

October 19th 11:36 pm

On Monday, a young hunter got the support of hundreds. He earned it the hard way. Chris Agragiiq Apassingok was 16 when he helped catch a massive bowhead whale passing by his home of Gambell on St. Lawrence Island. In a keynote address at the Elders and [...]

Opinion: The last night of a great machine and a team who did their jobs well

October 19th 11:36 pm

The printing press seemed to live. Every night for 31 years, beginning at about 11 p.m., it rumbled the building off Bragaw Street, the smell of ink wafting down the halls. From words and images, it made physical things. And then on Saturday night, it died.

Seaweed tapped as source for fuel, feed

October 19th 11:35 pm

Kodiak is at the center of a national push to produce biofuels from seaweed. Agents from the U.S. Department of Energy's Advanced Research Projects Agency-Energy (ARPA-E) recently traveled to the island to meet with a team of academics, scientists, [...]

Alaskan Chris Hladick to head EPA Region 10 office

October 19th 11:28 pm

WASHINGTON — The Trump administration has appointed Alaskan Chris Hladick to head EPA Region 10, a Seattle-based office that oversees Alaska and the Pacific Northwest. Hladick is currently the commissioner of the Alaska Department of Commerce, [...]

Most Popular Stories

Opinion: Half of women in Alaska have suffered through domestic violence

October 13th 3:58 pm

Think of all the women you came into contact with in your day-to-day business today. This week. This month. Think of all the girls in your child's class. Think of all the women in church. Think of school board members, grocery store cashiers, the women who [...]

One year later, Utqiaġvik keeps its name

October 20th 12:40 am

Arctic Sounder seeks stories of the name change

Who Done It

October 20th 12:45 am

Vernon L. Bennett, 32, of Nuiqsut, pleaded guilty to the class B misdemeanor charge of disorderly conduct and reached a plea agreement. He has been ordered to pay a fine of $300 due by the end of the year. He must also pay a police training surcharge of $50 [...]

Late stand lifts Whalers to first state football title

October 19th 11:47 pm

Barrow charges to thrilling 20-14 victory over Homer Mariners

Barrow student confronts climate change in independent film

October 20th 12:41 am

High school senior hopes to pursue education and career in filmmaking, journalism

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