Interior Alaska

Discover the vast and captivating landscapes of Interior Alaska, where the mighty Yukon River winds its way for nearly 2,000 miles from the historic Klondike to the Bering Sea. This region is predominantly inhabited by the Athabascan Indians, celebrated for their intricate beadwork.

At its core lies Fairbanks, Alaska’s second-largest city, which was born during the gold rush era. Fairbanks serves as a bustling trade and transportation hub, housing military bases and the primary campus of the University of Alaska.

Embrace the majestic presence of Denali, North America’s tallest mountain, enveloped by Denali National Park and Preserve. This region, an extension of the Alaska Range, offers breathtaking mountain vistas, bountiful berry-laden tundra, and a thriving array of wildlife, including caribou, moose, Dall sheep, and grizzly bears. Interior Alaska is renowned as one of the world’s premier locations for witnessing the mesmerizing Northern Lights.

For travelers entering the state via the Alaska Highway, the journey commences near Tok in the eastern portion of this remarkable region. Stay tuned for stories and updates from this extraordinary part of Alaska!

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Lori Horvath: Unwitting Pawn of Alaska’s Uniparty Political Agenda

In the tumultuous world of Alaskan politics, where cutthroat tactics overshadow the arctic cold, Lori Horvath emerges as the emblem of disillusionment bootlicking. From Fairbanks, her notoriety stems not from political savvy but from her portrayal as a counterfeit MAGA advocate, all while betraying the very tenets she professes to support. Horvath’s ascent, like Kelly

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Climate Alarmists Face Cold Reality in Fairbanks Rally

It seems that even the most fervent climate alarmists are not immune to the biting cold temperatures of reality. A group of global warming activists in Fairbanks, Alaska, had to cut short their outdoor rally due to dangerously low temperatures, reaching a bone-chilling negative 30 degrees Fahrenheit. The irony of their situation is hard to

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Kelly Lindsey Nash (aka Nasty Nash) the Fake Interior Patriot of Alaska

Kelly Lindsey Nash is a name that has been circulating around Alaska’s patriot community lately, but not for good reasons. This self-proclaimed patriot has been caught in multiple instances of hypocrisy, deception, and even sabotage against fellow patriots. Firstly, Nash’s personal life leaves much to be desired. Her home is described as cluttered and unkempt.

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