In Thursday’s news: City of Nome has removed Rustler/Conaca from Nome harbor; AFN working to achieve federal protection and co-management of subsistence resources; NOAA surveying threatened ringed and bearded seals in Bering Sea; ConocoPhillips says it’s ready to increase investments on Alaska’s North Slope.
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In Monday’s news: Iditarod 41 in full swing; Tribes to get more votes at AFN conventions; Polar bears’ endangered species listing upheld by US Court of Appeals; Nuiqsut files law suit against US Army Corps of Engineers for alleged Clean Water Act violations.
In Tuesday’s news: State officials attempting to gain knowledge about Alaska king salmon; National tribal advocacy group concerned voter identification laws could affect Native Americans; Alaska state Senate candidate, Bob Bell, under investigation; Joy Huntington spoke at AFN about life’s barriers & opportunities; Nome JV Volleyball team hosted Nome Mixed-6 Volleyball Tournament last weekend.
In Monday’s news: Alaska State Troopers say Hooper Bay woman died after falling through ice; Alaska State Troopers search for missing Sitka woman; Governor Parnell supports Alaska businesses as they fight against an emissions control area; Nome’s Jacob Martin recognized at AFN; Governor Parnell appoints 5 Alaskans to Alaska Native Language Preservation & Advisory Council; [...]
In Friday’s news: Laureli Kinneen reports on five workshops at the 2012 AFN Convention; 25 Kuskokwim subsistence fishermen are heading to trial for alleged illegal fishing; Rally in Anchorage pushes for Alaska native rights for subsistence living.
In Monday’s news: Man suspected of child abuse arrested Tuesday in Nome; Palmer pilot missing since Saturday; Alaska Supreme Court allows state employees to use private email for state business; 2012 AFN Convention taking place this week; Man arrested Sunday at Anchorage International Airport for bomb threats; Lt. Gov. Mead Treadwell declares October as Energy [...]
In Wednesday’s News: Two Shishmaref men mauled by a bear, treated at village clinic; 2012 AFN Marketplace competition canceled, too few applicants; Nome School Board welcomes 13 new staff members; Superintendent Brawner prepares for possible big federal budget cuts; Shawn Johnson, 24, identified as man arrested after allegedly firing a gun delaying Gov. Parnell’s visit [...]
In Friday’s news: Guideline harvest for Norton Sound red king crab set at 465,450 pounds; “Success Beyond Barriers” selected as the theme for 2012 Alaska Federation of Natives; $27 million going to rural Alaskan communities through federal Payment-in-Lieu-of-Taxes (PILT) program; Alaska Permanent Fund Corp. did not heed Governor Parnell’s call for divestment in Iranian firms; [...]
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