Here is a statement and a press release from Director Tim Bristol of Trout Unlimited’s Alaska Program regarding today’s breaking news on the Pebble Mine project. One of the mining partners on the project, Anglo American, has decided to back off its partnership with Northern Dynasty Minerals on the controversial plan to mine the Bristol … Read more More on Pebble Mine news
Big news out of London. Anglo American mining company has backed out of its agreement with the Pebble Mine project. The British company agreed to pay a $300 million “impairment charge” with its partner in the project, North American mining company Northern Dynasty Minerals. The joint operation was supposed to share the costs for the … Read more Mining giant pulls out of Pebble Mine Project
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You never know when a wild animal will appear in the wilderness. But it’s a risk hunters are willing to take. During a bear hunt at Beaver Mountain in the western Alaskan interior, 46-year-old Charlestown, R.I. resident John O. Matson, Jr. was injured by a bear he and his hunting party had shot it 90 … Read more Another bear mauling in Alaska
By Chris Cocoles on Sept. 11 It’s strange how days like today sneak up on you until you remember what we should think about. I would imagine my parents’ generation eventually started to remember but not always deeply reflect on Dec. 7, and how in 1941 how everything changed in Hawaii, let alone America. Sept. … Read more Sept. 11 always a surreal anniversary
By Chris Cocoles on Sept. 10, 2013 Give Dirk Whitsitt credit for not losing track of his trophy. It was a struggle for the construction worker from Kansas to land a monster halibut, which weighed in at 231 pounds, during a trip to the Cook Inlet. When Whitsitt, with an assist from the guides he … Read more Angler not about to release 231-pound halibut.
By Chris Cocoles on Sept. 9, 2013 Melissa McKinney, Miss Alaska, 2013, who went on to compete for Miss USA in Las Vegas in June, chatted with me for a Q&A session running in the October issue of Alaska Sporting Journal. To subscribe, click here: Much of that interview focuses on the outdoors and how … Read more Miss Alaska: A preview