In Tuesday’s News: Subsistence fishermen and advocates rallying at fishery meetings in Juneau; FEMA estimating monetary damages from flood in Galena; Galena community cleaning up from major flooding; City of Nome building Richard Foster Building at Anvil City Square next spring.
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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 [...]
In Wednesday’s News: Chinook salmon research may get permanent funding from state; Voting identification bill explained by Representative Bob Lynn; Shell’s Kulluk leaves Kodiak Island for Dutch Harbor; Alaska promoting natural gas to buyers in Japan and South Korea; Senators Begich and Murkowski split votes on Chuck Hagel’s confirmation as Defense Secretary.
In Tuesday’s News: 100 Alaska firefighters sent to Wyoming to help fight; AK’s only village-based women’s shelter receives BIA funding; Kings caught in lower Yukon commercial fishery donated upriver in pilot program; Metlakatla couple finds Japanese boat while beach combing After hoax, Taco Bell sends 10,000 tacos to Bethel
While the arrival of the valuable king salmon has been late to the Unalakleet and Shaktoolik Rivers – and despite poor chinook runs throughout the State of Alaska – the Alaska Department of Fish and Game forecasts the runs in the Southern Norton Sound to seen an improvement over the past two years. Fish and [...]
In Thursday’s News: May be latest salmon runs on record in Unalakleet and Shaktoolik Rivers; Senator Begich to host roundtable discussion in Bethel on poor king salmon runs; Woodie Salmon from Chalkyitsik running against Rep. Foster in primary election; 121 exploratory wells drilled in 1944-1981 in NPRA remain unplugged
In Monday’s News: Wasilla man drowns in Talkeenta; Managers undecided about Kuskokwim Chinook salmon escapement needs; Trawl surveys to take place in Bering and Chukchi seas; State challenges Mosquito Fork navigability decision; City of Anchorage considers land swap with airport; and Nome 8th graders share personal learning stories (hear more in Monday’s Profile).