In Monday’s News: As NJUS Manager looks into smart meters, protests take place across the U.S. and Canada; Calista subsidiary lands $4.5 billion federal contract; Family of Valerie Sifsof continues search; Palmer man dies in crash on Glenn Highway; Sen. Begich protests Xtratufs drop in quality and manufacturing in China; UAF Center for Alaska Native [...]
In Friday’s news: Bethel police identified man killed by officers; Deputy Attorney General visited Nome to discuss “Choose Respect” initiative; Nome Police Department & Safety Patrol share tips for Permanent Fund Dividend weekend; 48th Annual AVCP Convention in Bethel discusses salmon; Natural Resources Commissioner Dan Sullivan comments on LNG pipeline.
In Thursday’s News: Alaskans receiving $878 dividend from Alaska Permanent Fund today; State Troopers say a man was fatally shot by a Bethel police officer; Missing 3-day old Anchorage baby found, parents in custody; Hooper Bay man had jury verdict & $500,000 award overturned; Senator Lisa Murkowski encourages assignment of Ambassador to Arctic; Liquified natural [...]
In Wednesday’s News: Unofficial results from Tuesday’s Municipal Election in Nome; Amber Alert in Anchorage for a 3 day old son taken by his mother; US and Russia officially on-board to link Beringian parklands; Anchorage homicide in a church parking lot; Pebble Mine opponents protesting the developer’s environmental research.
The unofficial results from today’s municipal race in Nome: City Council Seat C Randy Pomeranz 47% Kenny Hughes 23% Randy Oles 29% City Council Seat D Stan Anderson 48% Jim West Jr. 33% Nikolai Ivanoff 19% School Board Seat C Betsy Brennan 57% Monica Rose 42% Norton Sound Economic Development Corporation Nome Representative Don Stiles [...]
In Tuesday’s News: Galena woman choked until unconscious, another woman charged with felony assault; Two Kivalina teenagers steal $189,000 from the Kivalina Native Store; Elections today for Nome Municipal seats; Alaska voting registration deadline is October 8; New Alakanuk airport opens; Senator Begich advocating for oil reserves in the NPRA.
This Thursday on Sounding Board (October 4, 2012 at 10am), we’re talking about grief. Grief is painful, difficult, and universal. When our friends and family members experience the pain of losing someone or something they care about, they shouldn’t feel alone. How can we take care of ourselves and others during times of loss? What [...]
The body of 48-year old Debbie Kimoktoak was found last Friday on the beach southwest of Unalakleet. Trooper Spokesperson Beth Ipsen says a Bering Air helicopter pilot reported spotting the body on the shoreline. Unalakleet State Troopers went out and recovered the body. Ipsen says Kimoktoak’s body was sent to the state medical examiners office [...]
In Monday’s News: Pilot Station 9 year old boy shoots another 9 year old, he dies; State finds Wasilla day care center occasionally negligent; Pilot escapes floatplane crash unharmed in Anchorage; Early snow in Anchorage; UAF professor presents research on sled dogs; Senators urge halt to arctic drilling.
Yesterday Alaska State Troopers located the boat that 41-year-old David Slwooko and 48-year-old Debbie Kimoktoak planned to take from Koyuk to Unalakleet on Monday. Family expected them in Unalakleet Monday night and by Tuesday when they had not arrived – family contacted the Troopers. Trooper spokesperson Megan Peters says the boat was found on the [...]
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