KVAK MOONLIGHT MADNESS WINNERS
Aveda Invigorating Relief Hand Lotion Gift Set from Salon Eclipse - Amber Mehlberg
$30 Gift Certificate to Radio Shack - Bonita Kompkoff
$50 Gift Certificate to Copper Valley Telecom - Todd Stubblefield
$30 Gift Certificate to Mike's Palace - Daryl Driver
$50 Gift Certificate to The Weathered Anchor - Celeste Ditman
$30 Gift Certificate to Harbor Landing - Magda Torres
$50 Gift Card to Prospector - Kristin Debbin
$30 worth of coupons for Subway - Victoria Korenev
$30 Gift Certificate to South Central Hardware - Rachel Harden
$30 Gift Certificate to Northwind Floral & Gifts - Charles Selanoff
$30 Gift Certificate to A Rogue's Garden - Jennie Sodergren
Gift Certificate for the Vibration Plates at Arctic Chiropractic - To be announced
Photo courtesy of the Alaska Sea Life Center
OCTOPUS LAYS THOUSANDS OF EGGS Alaska Sea Life Center – Female giant Pacific octopus “Dot” has laid thousands of eggs in the Denizens of the Deep exhibit at the Alaska SeaLife Center. Fertility of eggs cannot be determined at this time. If the eggs are fertile, dark eyes on the embryo within each egg capsule will be noticeable to both aquarists and visitors this coming spring. Hatching would then take place during summer 2015.
A survey finds that the vast majority of Swedes accepts military officials' version of events concerning a possible incursion by a foreign submarine; results show a switch from public skepticism of past decades..
Holiday travel tales at Alaska, Hawaii airports
Thanksgiving travelers spent the day Tuesday catching flights in Anchorage, Alaska, and Honolulu to destinations as remote as the Alaska village of Pitkas Point and as far away as Saipan.
Suspicious fire extinguished in Juneau landmark
JUNEAU, Alaska - Juneau police and fire officials are investigating five suspicious fires in the last month in the Merchant's Wharf building, the wooden structure on pilings that's home to restaurants
Alaska state budget director retires
JUNEAU, Alaska - Gov.-elect Bill Walker has to submit his first state budget by Dec. 15, and he won't have the help of the state budget director to craft a document as the state faces a $3 billion def
NASA: No excessive methane emissions from Alaska
ANCHORAGE, Alaska - Though Arctic Alaska is warming and permafrost is thawing, the area so far has been spared from the scourge of excessive methane emissions, according to data collected by a NASA-ma
Tool to help track changes in ocean chemistry
SEATTLE — A new research tool launched this week by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration is allowing scientists to better track changes in ocean chemistry along the U.S. West Coast.