Harrowing hunt

September 29, 2014
Kelly scrambles over the rock cliff where she and her husband fell. KELLY CLINGMAN

After one small misstep, adventure turns near deadly Fall is that beautiful time of year when the leaves turn colors and thoughts of filling the freezer draw out hunters. People…

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Rock on: Adventure climbing thrives in southcentral Alaska

September 25, 2014
Cathy Flanagan rock climbing Womb with a View (5.10a) above the Wosnesenki River, Kenai Mountains. JOE STOCK

By Joe Stock Alaska gets a bad rap for rock climbing. The state’s most popular climbing area – the cliffs along the Seward Highway – was rated in Rock &…

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It’s time to batten down the hatches for winter

September 24, 2014
The view in fall is breathtaking. LAURA EMERSON

While other parts of the country identify this time of year as autumn or fall, here in Alaska, we refer to its functionality.  It is “the end of moose hunting…

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The best of Dining: With dining options galore, these local eateries earn top honors

September 23, 2014
Clark Tipton gets to experience the thrill that is the Pioneer bar.

Entertaining visitors in the great AK is almost too easy. Within easy reach of our city limits are thought-provoking museums, adventurous day trips, creative cultural exhibitions and scores of souvenir…

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Pointless tragedy Anchorage cycling community loses a best friend

September 22, 2014
Tributes to a fallen friend. Janice Tower

Jeff Dusenbury, a 51-year-old avid cyclist, was killed by a motorist on Saturday, July 19. Within 30 hours of Jeff’s death his best friends organized, via social media, a gathering…

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