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A new three-year study is about to get underway to try to determine why the population of Cook Inlet Beluga Whales has not rebounded, despite... [Read More]
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With the second-largest tides in North American, traveling Cook Inlet isn't easy. Capt. James Cook discovered that more than 200 years ago. We did much... [Read More]
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Harvest Alaska, an affiliate of Hilcorp Alaska, has filed an application for a cross-inlet pipeline system in the Cook Inlet. [Read More]
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A new research project will investigate potential factors that have caused the Cook Inlet beluga whale population to remain in severe decline. [Read More]
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In a story Sept. 11 about a proposed undersea pipeline in Cook Inlet, The Associated Press reported erroneously that oil in transported from the west... [Read More]
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Cook Inlet Housing Authority on Tuesday celebrated the grand opening of a 33-unit apartment building in Spenard that includes three retail spaces on the ground... [Read More]
A magnitude 3.3 earthquake has hit the Cook Inlet region of Alaska. The Alaska Earthquake Center says the earthquake struck at 6:11 p.m. Sunday eight... [Read More]
The season starts Oct. 1 for Southeast Alaska divers; citizens are invited to help count threatened Cook Inlet beluga whales in upper Cook Inlet. [Read More]
The United Cook Inlet Drift Association's lawsuit against the federal government has finally reached its conclusion, though its repercussions are far from over. [Read More]
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Chugiak topped Service, South downed West, Bartlett beat Eagle River and Dimond edged East in Tuesday Cook Inlet Conference matches. [Read More]
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A team of researchers has been searching for the endangered beluga whales of Cook Inlet. With an estimated decline of nearly 50 percent over the... [Read More]
The Cook Inlet Academy coed soccer program picked up its first victory of the fall season Saturday with a 2-1 win over Lumen Christi. [Read More]
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The plane crash victim, 35-year-old Jason Walkush, was an Anchorage resident, troopers said. [Read More]
A man who died Wednesday in a plane crash on Cook Inlet's west side has been identified as Jason Walkush, 35. [Read More]
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Alaska State Troopers and federal aviation authorities were responding Thursday to a crash site between Tyonek and Port Alsworth. [Read More]
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A late surge of silver salmon still wasn't enough to offset the contention from anglers, guides and local commissioners that state managers allowed driftnetters to... [Read More]
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That larger argument involves rights the state may have to collect money after an October 2015 bankruptcy filing. [Read More]
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From June 7—9, 2016, the Emergency Response Division of NOAA's Office of Response and Restoration conducted Shoreline Cleanup and Assessment Technique (SCAT) team member training... [Read More]
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Upper Cook Inlet's drift gillnet and east side set gillnet commercial fishermen saw a larger harvest of coho than in recent years this season. [Read More]
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The United Cook Inlet Drift Association's lawsuit against the federal government has finally reached its conclusion, though its repercussions are far from over. [Read More]
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