In Thursday’s news: Kuspuk School District plane crashed near Kalskag on Tuesday, pilot and both passengers hospitalized; Personnel issue at Nome Public Schools to be investigated by Alaska Professional Teaching Practices Commission; Increased shipping traffic discussed at Bering Straits Maritime Symposium in Nome.
Archive | February, 2013
In Wednesday’s News: Small plane crash near Kalskag hospitalizes three people; Pete Kaiser enters Norton Sound 450, race begins today; Protecting subsistence hunting waters and preparing for increased vessel traffic discussed at Bering Straits Maritime Symposium in Nome.
In Tuesday’s news: Senator Mark Begich introducing bill to grant share of revenues from off-shore drilling; Alaska Native and American Indian tribes can now speak directly to the President regarding disaster relief; Executive from Arctic Slope Regional Corporation appointed to national Arctic Oil Spill Committee; Nome Public Schools is moving forward with its Community Engagement [...]
In Monday’s news: Calista Corporation is warning of misleading notice targeting Native and village corporations; Alaska State Legislature taking up issue of in-state gasline; Fort Yukon’s only judicial officer charged with driving under the influence; Parents may soon be able to send children to private or religious schools using public education funds; Two Rivers musher [...]
In Friday’s news: Norton Sound Health Corporation delays opening of Norton Sound Regional Hospital and Quyanna Care Center; Army in Alaska banning alcohol in barracks across the state; Social Security benefits changing within next 28 days; Incoming Republican state chairman removed from office; Senate Judiciary Committee to hear testimony today on federal overreach managing state [...]
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