Six jet skiers from the reality show Dangerous Waters are trying to make their way back to Wales tomorrow after being arrested last week in Lavrentiya, Russia. The crew of six was detained in a Russian gym for four nights for not having valid travel documents jet skiing from Wales to Russia. They departed Wales [...]
Archive | July, 2012
In Tuesday’s News: Man arrested in death of homeless woman from Eagle Village; Kawerak to be included in the Richard Foster Building; Producers of Bering Sea Gold donates $20-thousand toward East End Park; Nine stranded boaters rescued near Kotzebue; Alaska Native Language Archive makes available research in EndangeredLanguages.com.
In Monday’s News: Museum vote expected to fill City Council Chambers tonight; Kings hit Nushagak River; Arctic Trading Post sells, Nome Covenant Church to open teen center; Seward Fire Department to resume search of missing Mt. Marathon runner; New Norton Sound hospital to showcase native artwork.
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With king salmon subsistence and sport fishing closed in most areas of the state, Julie Smith started an online petition to bring attention to and to stop king salmon and halibut bycatch in the pollock fishery. She plans on sending the petition to Governor Sean Parnell, Senator Lisa Murkowski and to the North Pacific Fishery [...]
In Friday’s News: Petition circulates aimed to bring attention to and stop king salmon and halibut bycatch in Bering Sea pollock fishery; No extension to comment deadline on EPA’s “Bristol Bay Watershed Assessment”; search for missing Mt. Marathon runner resumed this morning; NEA Alaska endorses President Obama; 2012 Iditarod finisher Matt Giblin disqualified from 2012 [...]
In Thursday’s news: St. Michael, Koyuk & Scammon Bay firefighters head to Utah to help battle wildfires; Western Arctic caribou herd continues to decline; Rally aimed at APD police protocols after police shot and killed two men; Fisherman fell off fishing boat, Coast Guard search is on; DNR maps coastline in the area this summer; [...]
In Wednesday’s News: The International Whaling Commission renews the catch limit for subsistence whaling of Bowhead Whales; Senator Begich travels to Bethel to join a roundtable discussion about record low king runs on the Yukon and Kuskokwim Rivers; Alaska State Troopers begin their holiday law enforcement with patrols on the lookout for impaired and distracted [...]
In Tuesday’s News: 100 Alaska firefighters sent to Wyoming to help fight; AK’s only village-based women’s shelter receives BIA funding; Kings caught in lower Yukon commercial fishery donated upriver in pilot program; Metlakatla couple finds Japanese boat while beach combing After hoax, Taco Bell sends 10,000 tacos to Bethel
In Monday’s news: Greenpeace vessel Esperanaza leaves Kodiak, makes its way north in campaign against arctic drilling; The Alaska Judicial Council chooses two candidates for Governor Parnell to appoint to Alaska Supreme Court; Kawerak seeks to lease space for cultural center in planned Richard Foster building; University of Alaska president Pat Gamble proposes two percent [...]
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