In Friday’s news: Leaders in 2013 Iron Dog Snowmachine Race in middle of final 10-hour layover; Interior Secretary Ken Salazar has signed management plan that allows access to oil & gas resources on nearly half of NPR-A; Nome Public Schools personnel investigation has been forwarded to State Commissioner of Education; Nome’s Port Commission approves 2013 [...]
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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 [...]
In Thursday’s news: Homer captain to receive recognition for bringing fuel to Nome last winter; Interior Secretary moving toward finalizing management plan for NPR-A; 2012 bowhead whaling quota has almost been reached; This Christmas, a visiting priest from Ghana is in Nome at Saint Joseph Catholic Church.
In Friday’s News: Emergency runway closure has sees AK Airlines cancel flights this week, passengers scrambling; Sen. Murkowski works to approve Law of the Sea treaty; 150 vessels in Nome harbor with back ups, Port Director looking to future; Cold water coral has groups urging Sec. Salazar to block drilling in Chukchi Sea.
In Tuesday’s News: Former State Sen. Al Adams died yesterday after battle with pancreatic cancer; Former Gov. Knowles supports coastal management program ballot initiative; Sec. Salazar announces plan for leasing NPRA, says Shell responsible for drilling delay; NJUS will purchase two 900-kilowatt turbines, install next June. Mike Benchoff has until tomorrow to rectify list of [...]
In Monday’s News: Two Stebbins teenagers arrested for treatening STG crew members; 22-year-old airman dies on Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson; 70-foot log fall kills Klawock man at timber sorting yard; Sen Begich’s staff to meet with Nomeites today, UNK tomorrow, SMK on Wednesday; 10-year-old Juneau boy heads to Washington D.C. for Kids State Dinner.
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