Frontiers Photo Gallery: Happy Mother’s Day
Happy Mother’s Day to all Mom’s across Alaska. We used some photos on our Frontiers program that will air Sunday, May 8 at 4:30 and 10:30. Thanks to everyone who sent us a photo, all were compiled into this photo gallery.
Alaskans offering insight into the issues of our day, featuring familiar faces and those you’ll meet for the first time.
Photo Gallery: Spring in Alaska
Seems some wildlife is waking up earlier than usual this year. Photographer Roy Corral captured some photos of a bear that appears to be coming out of hibernation early near Campbell Creek Science Center.
Photos: The first 10 years of the Iditarod
Frontiers is featuring the new book Iditarod: The First Ten Years. It’s an anthology containing personal stories by many people who started the Iditarod Race. Photographers Rob Stapleton and Frank Flavin contributed many photos to the book. A few of those photos are featured here in the gallery. You can see the full interview with […]
Photos: Finding love in Alaska
Thanks to all of you for submitting your photos for our special Valentine’s Day edition of Frontiers. Here are all of the photos compiled into a gallery. You can view the entire program here, Episode 42, Finding Love in Nome.
Photos: Schools on the edge
KTVA reporter Daniella Rivera and photojournalist Andy Nitchman traveled to the Bristol Bay communities of Twin Hills and Clark’s point to examine the struggles of small schools. Currently, it takes 10 students to keep a school receive state funding. However, Rep. Lynn Gattis is proposing to raise the number to 25. The decision could shut […]
Photo Gallery: Russian Christmas
The holiday season isn’t over yet. Worshippers in the Russian Orthodox Church begin a week-long celebration on January 7. These are photos of celebrations from around the state. If you have photos to share, send them here and we’ll add them to the gallery. The full program, Frontiers of Faith: Russian Christmas airs this Sunday, […]
Photo Gallery: Moose
The rutting season lasts from September to early October. During this time, moose exhibit several behaviors that are dormant during the rest of the year. KTVA photojournalist John Thain found photographer Brad Bodde taking pictures of moose at Powerline Pass.
Photo Gallery: Kuspuks
We want to feature people in their favorite kuspuks. Send those our way and we will post them on this photo gallery and will air them during our show on Sunday, Oct. 11.
Photo Gallery: Setnet Fishing
The Blossom family has been setnetting in Cook Inlet for years.
Photo Gallery: Alaska Berry Picking
Photos of people picking berries from Bethel, to Nunapitchik, to Turnagain Pass.
Photo Gallery: Bernie Karl
These photos are of past renewable energy fairs and the greenhouse.
Family photos of Gov. Bill Walker
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This is the second time in six months Justin and Jamiee High lost their home to fire. The roof to the second home was about to go on when the Sockeye Wildfire approached. This photo gallery shows the journey of the first fire, the rebuilding and the second fire.
Lasting Legacy: Dan Cuddy
There are many Alaskans who have made our state a better place. As head of First National Bank Alaska for more than six decades, Dan Cuddy was in a position to make a difference.
Dozens of wood bison were relocated from Portage to Shageluk in March. At least six calves have been born so far with more expected soon.
Happy 100th Birthday
The community of Galena celebrates Sidney Huntington’s 100th birthday
Students celebrated culture week at the Alaska Native Charter School
Keeping Language Alive
Loddie “Ayaprun” Jones is founder and teacher at the Yup’ik immersion school in Bethel.
Reporter Lauren Maxwell and photographer Emily Landeen traveled to Shageluk this winter to follow the bison relocation. The program airs on Sunday, May 17 at 8:30 a.m.and again at 10:30 p.m.on KTVA.