Big Lake, Alaska and The Susitna Valley News, Weather, Events, And More

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Sunday, November 19 2017 @ 02:56 AM AKST


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Alaska Information (27)
General Alaskan Information
Big Lake Community (3)
Big Lake Community Links
Business (1)
Alaska Business Resources
Community (29)
Community Resources for Visitors and Residents
Fish and Game (1)
Fishing, Hunting, and Trapping Links
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Sites using or related to the Geeklog CMS
Local Arts
Original works from local artists
Local Businesses and Services (3)
Local Businesses and Service
Reference (9)
Links to reference sources.
Resources (14)
Links to resources.
Travel and Transportation (5)
Travel and Transportation Information and Updates including Weathercams

Top Ten Links

  • 16 Easy Steps to Gardening in Alaska (1,428)
    Publication from the University of Alaska Fairbanks, HGA-00134. 16 Easy Steps to Gardening in Alaska. In PDF Format.
  • Download new Alaska US Topo Maps (1,177)

    US Topo Maps for Alaska

    US Topo quadrangles are digital topographic maps produced by the National Geospatial Program of the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS). They are created in the familiar 7.5-minute quadrangle format similar to the legacy paper maps, with the addition of an aerial photo or satellite image as a visual base layer. Each map is delivered in PDF format with geospatial extensions (GeoPDF®) for free download and viewing on a computer or mobile device, including layers that can be controlled by the user and basic, on-screen geographic analysis.
  • Alaska State Troopers Active Warrants (992)
    The Alaska State Troopers website has 548 pages (17 per page) of active warrants in the state. Take a moment and see if you, or someone you know, is on the list.
  • New "Farm to Restaurant" publication available to assist Alaska farmers (946)
    The free, online Farm to Restaurant Fact Sheet is organized by product and explains the necessary steps that must be taken before products can be sold to restaurants. The fact sheet includes web links to regulatory requirements as well as contact information for relevant agencies and USDA-approved slaughter and pasteurization facilities located in Alaska.
  • The Northern Lights 300 sled dog race (942)
    The Northern Lights 300 sled dog race
  • Alaska Salmon Season Summaries 2014 (863)
    The 2014 Alaska Salmon Season Summaries by region in pdf format.
  • Alaska Navigator (853)
    Welcome to the Alaska Navigator, your source for road construction information.
    Select a region to view construction projects and closures in your area.
  • State of Alaska Silver Alert System (784)
    State of Alaska Silver Alert System
    Silver Alert is a voluntary partnership between law enforcement agencies, state and local government, and Alaska’s media and broadcasters to alert the public when a vulnerable adult is missing and believed to be in serious danger.

    The system uses media and broadcast releases, email, social media, and the State’s transportation 511 system to distribute a description of the missing adult.

    Silver Alert Hotline: 855-SILVR99 - (855-745-8799)
  • My Alaskan Creations (742)
    We are a site where you can download plans and instructions for building fun and easy items. These projects are great if you are teaching someone how to start woodworking. We also sell items that have been handcrafted in Alaska. Please check back regularly. We are a new site and I will be adding many more plans and all items. I am a disabled veteran, long time Alaskan and I too enjoy making them.

    When you order items built in Alaska, they will be shipped by USPS in flat rate boxes.

    Mention that you saw us on The Big Lake Times.
  • NASA Science News (739)
    NASA leads the nation on a great journey of discovery, seeking new knowledge and understanding of our planet Earth, our Sun and solar system, and the universe out to its farthest reaches and back to its earliest moments of existence. NASA's Science Mission Directorate (SMD) and the nation's science community use space observatories to conduct scientific studies of the Earth from space to visit and return samples from other bodies in the solar system, and to peer out into our Galaxy and beyond.