The Iditarod Trail began as a mail route and became a protected corridor and recreational resource. Even if climate change puts an end to its use by dog mushers, the evolution of the Iditarod Trail will continue. In their own way, our corridors tell the story of Alaska, and weâ€™ll be exploring a few of those pathways on the next Talk of Alaska.
APRN: Tuesday, 3/3 at 10:00 a.m.
Today weâ€™re discussing the race for mayor in Alaskaâ€™s largest city. Anchorageâ€™s city politics have ripples across the state, whether in terms of funding coming from the Legislature, or launching political careers into higher office. The election is on April 7th, but recently weâ€™ve seen the race start to take off. Itâ€™s a crowded field, with 11 candidates, hundreds of thousands of dollars pouring in from donations, and expectations of an eventual run off.
KSKA: Friday, 2/27 at 2:00pm and Saturday, 2/28 at 6:00pm
KAKM: Friday, 2/27 at 7:30pm and Saturday, 2/28 at 4:30pm
Arthur Tress?s forays into his archives have already graced Lens with classic views of San Francisco. His latest offering comes from a 1967 trip to Russia, where he chronicled daily life amid Soviet pageantry.
Are you a music lover? Have you always wanted to be on the radio? We're looking for people in the Dillingham community who would like to have their own show on KDLG. It's great fun! People all over the Bristol Bay area would hear your... MORE
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