In Tuesday’s news: Unalakleet residents boil water due to out-of-order water treatment center; White Mountain attempts to avoid a water system freeze-up; City of Nome gets authorization to remove the Rustler; North Slope oil companies back proposed oil tax overhaul; Evan Booth wins Archie Ferguson Willie Goodwin Memorial Snowmachine Race.
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This week on Sounding Board (Thursday, April 11, 2013 at 10 am), we’re talking about inspirational teachers. Can you remember a teacher who believed in you? Did you ever have a coach who gave you a second chance? Who was an elder who motivated you to keep going when times got tough? What message would [...]
In Monday’s news: Environmental groups praise new federal report on arctic management; Alaska House passes bill that gives cities power to remove derelict and abandoned vessels; State Senate okays $2 billion capital budget; Alaska command cancels a second major military training exercise due to sequester; Iditarod veterans and local mushers sign up for Kobuk 440.
In Thursday’s news: U.S. District court decides on Akiachak Native Community v. Salazar: Alaska tribes have the right to be treated the same as other tribes; National Transportation Safety Board investigates Trooper helicopter crash; Bethel considers amendment to make drunken walking illegal on city streets or ice roads; Nome officials debate film license applications; Governor [...]
In Monday’s News: Trooper helicopter down; Pipeline to study whether less water content will improve performance; State spending will require dipping into reserves; CDC grant to link HIV-infected Alaskans with doctors; Digital learning initiatives gathering steam in Juneau.
Mike Williams, Sr. is a well-regarded man. An Iditarod veteran, Yupik elder, and prominent tribal rights advocate, Williams is the type of musher who draws a big crowd at the finish line, even if he comes in 45th place. He shares some of his stories on the latest edition of KNOM’s Elder Voices. Williams has mushed for [...]
In Tuesday’s news: Alleged Kiana criminal Teddy Kyle Smith to face trial in May; NSHC moves patients to new hospital without a hitch; Teachers might have to wait longer for tenure, if House bill passes; State would take responsibility for dredge-and-fill permits, thanks to Senate bill; ConocoPhillips not extending natural gas export license for Nikiski [...]
In Monday’s news: Nome teachers and school district butting heads on teacher contracts; Public comment period for salmon “Franken-fish” extended; First ever genealogy of King Island presented today at Nome museum, compiled by Nome nun after forty years of research.
In Wednesday’s news: Nome teachers standing their ground on contract negotiations; Nome’s next Nome Superior Court Judge to be Timothy Dooley of Anchorage; Three bodies found in Iditarod plane wreckage; Federal sequester will have sweeping impact in Alaska, says AFN President Julie Kitka; Nome Elementary School Library may be renamed after Joy Hewitt; Alaska House passed [...]
In Tuesday’s news: Plane missing on Iditarod trail, three people aboard; Bethel veterans’ grave preserved, thanks to Alaska Department of Transportation; Sen. Begich requests $2 billion towards Alaska’s ports; Alaska Eskimo Whaling Commission allocates 67 bowhead strikes for 2013; Bethel’s Irene Washington reappointed to state veterans council; Lady Nanooks basketball get one last win at [...]
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