In Wednesday’s news: Alaska State Troopers say a 5-year-old girl died, on Monday, after being shot by her older brother; Nome Volunteer Search and Rescue assisted in saving a life for the second time in ten days; Another weak Yukon River Chinook salmon return is forecast for this summer; Colder temperatures are still present in [...]
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In Friday’s news: Anchorage man banished from Akiak after suspected of bringing alcohol into dry community; GCI’s TERRA-Northwest project underway; Elders and youth gathered yesterday to exchange traditional knowledge of marine mammal hunting; State House has passed legislation to help bring LNG to Interior Alaska; Kobuk 440 mushers on the trail.
In Wednesday’s news: VAWA passage thrusts tribal jurisdiction debate into the spotlight again; Twelve Alaska Native Regional Corporations have come together supporting change in oil tax structure; Fairbanks lawmaker has asked to be excused from call of Alaska House for nine months; Non-profit group donates money for Anchorage soup kitchen equipment.
In Tuesday’s news: Persons in Alaska State Trooper helicopter crash have been identified; Alaska House passes legislation advancing pipeline to transport natural gas to Southcentral Alaska; Alaska Senate passes Governor Parnell’s omnibus crime bill; More than 25,000 Alaska voters may also be registered in another state; Six horses running along Anchorage streets have been recaptured.
In Thursday’s news: 45-year-old Anchorage woman charged with misappropriating money from an Alaska Native village account; Hooper Bay man charged with first degree murder; Alaska’s senior senator is reviewing stance on gay marriage; Lawmakers in Juneau working to ensure Alaska’s interests included in Arctic policy; Bering Sea Women’s Group hosting second annual “Choose Respect” rally [...]
In Friday’s news: Iditarod 41 starts tomorrow morning in downtown Anchorage; Starting order for 2013 Iditarod Trail Sled Dog Race decided; Senator Lisa Murkowski requested full review of Denali Commission; Governor Sean Parnell says he will not ask legislators to broaden Medicaid program; School vouchers subject of two hearings today; Heavy lift ship traveling from [...]
In Tuesday’s news: U.S. Coast Guard involved with Nome’s Mike Benchoff and his vessel the Rustler; U.S. House scheduled to vote today on second round of disaster relief bill; Members of Bethel-based Alaska Army National Guard honored at ceremony Sunday; About 100 people gathered for tribal sovereignty and environmental conservation rally in Anchorage on Friday; [...]
In Friday’s news: Rally to be held at noon in Anchorage in support of Canadian tribes fighting legislation; Members of Bethel-based unit of Alaska Army National Guard will be honored for year-long Afghanistan deployment; Two-alarm fire has burned several units of a three-story Anchorage apartment building; Nome Elementary School continuing to make adjustments to improve [...]
In Thursday’s news: Alaska Redistricting Board wants State Supreme Court to reconsider decision requiring political boundaries be redrawn; Kotzebue tribal organization, Maniilaq Association, gains control of former federal land holdings; Lance Mackey drops out of Kuskokwim 300; Nome Community Center starting morning fitness program for kids; Small earthquake felt in Anchorage, yesterday; Nome Subway Showdown [...]
In Wednesday’s news: 64-year old man killed after being struck by car in Anchorage; Interior Secretary Salazar says he’s launching a “high-level assessment” of the 2012 Arctic Ocean offshore drilling program; Leader of an Alaska militia to spend 26 years in prison; Nome Public Schools District administrators receiving new contracts for upcoming school year; Alaska [...]
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