Monday, November 10, 2014
FEDERAL SUIT CHALLENGES HIRED SKIPPERS RULE
A lawsuit brought against the National Marine Fisheries Service challenges the new "hired skippers" rule in the halibut and sablefish fisheries.
Worst of Bering Sea storm over for Aleutian Island residents
Senate, governor races remain in limbo in Alaska
Kodiak's Stutes given Alaska House Fisheries chair
British Columbia seeks to calm mining worries in Alaska
Relative sea level rise on Humboldt Bay called highest in California
Salmon returns are on rise in Umatilla River
New tagging project to track humpback whales to Hawaii
Opinion: Ocean conditions are key to salmon recovery
Tuesday, November 11, 2014
SILVER BAY, STARKIST SIGN INVESTMENT DEAL
Tuna giant StarKist and its South Korean parent, Dongwon, are taking a 12.5 percent stake in Sitka-based salmon processor Silver Bay Seafoods.
State posts Alaska salmon season summaries
Inletkeeper tests find no Fukushima radiation in Lower Cook Inlet
Kodiak's Fisheries Work Group to hone plan of attack
New Tulsequah Chief mine plan raises concerns in Juneau
British Columbia says mine concerns heard, critics disagree
Wednesday, November 12, 2014
SHIPPERS MATSON, HORIZON LINES TO MERGE
Horizon's Alaska service consists of two weekly sailings from Tacoma to Anchorage and Kodiak, and a weekly sailing to Dutch Harbor.
Sen. Begich has lost, AP reports
B.C. wild salmon tested and certified free of three diseases
Crab captain charged at Dutch Harbor
ASMI seeks sustainability officer
A salute to Coast Guard veterans
Thursday, November 13, 2014
PLANNING BEGINS TOWARD NEW ALASKA GOVERNOR
Although election results remain unofficial, Bill Walker has named a transition team.
Ex-Westward supervisors sentenced in air pollution case
Fukushima radiation barely detectable off North America
Kodiak city, borough team up on vessel discharge rules
Did overfishing trash gull population?
Opinion: Dams are an easy scapegoat
Friday, November 14, 2014
BIG CATCH OF 38.5 MILLION SOCKEYE FORECAST AT
The Naknek-Kvichak District is expected to see the largest run by far.
'Excellent' pink harvest predicted for Southeast
Alaska Fisheries Report from KMXT in Kodiak
Transboundary group wants a voice in B.C. mining process
Feds to protect Puget Sound habitat for rockfish
Oregon senator pushes Klamath dams bill