In Thursday’s news: Fairbanks man wakes from coma after being rescued off mountain north of Nome; Sentencing for two cases against Teddy Kyle Smith has yet to happen; King salmon fishing on Kuskokwim may be different than last year; Marissa Abarca of Kalskag took second place at the statewide Yup’ik Spelling Bee for Beginners; Governor [...]
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In Wednesday’s news: State invests 30 million dollars in King Salmon study; Edward Itta, former mayor of North Slope, appointed to national committee on Arctic policy; White House issues disaster declaration for parts of Alaska affected by late September storms; Nome Schools looking to increase community involvement, conducting interviews with community members this week for [...]
In Wednesday’s news: Residents of Gambell travelled to St. Lawrence Island to find source of oil that contaminated seals, birds & ocean debris; Norton Sound Economic Development Corporation held board meetings, last week, to look into building Norton Sound hatchery; Alaska’s Commerce commissioner says the disaster from poor king salmon returns worse than first estimated; [...]
In Monday’s news: Fog allows Senator Murkowski, Coast Guard Admiral and National Guard General to visit Nome schools; Community of Chuathbaluk receives running water & flushing toilets; Trials begin today for Alaska Native subsistence fishermen charged with illegally fishing for king salmon; Effort underway to increase participation in Regional Advisory Councils; CEO of Anglo American [...]
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: 26-year-old Jillian Burton killed in accident in Dillingham; Heavy rain and high water takes out fish counting weirs in Nome subdistrict; King salmon escapement goals may be reached in North River; Senator French wants state to withdraw proposed regulations for abortion payment conditions; Another daily rainfall record broken Saturday in Nome; Person [...]
In Wednesday’s News: Troopers in Nome looking for missing 17-year-old Jared Wiggins; Pilgrim River may reopen next week for subsistence fishing, late runs in Norton Sound; AK lawmakers meet next week, talk about commercializing natural gas resources; Nome resident quietly fights in one-man crusade against Nome’s litter.
In Monday’s news: Regional tribal government asks Governor Sean Parnell for clemency for 40 fishermen cited last month for fishing during emergency closure of Kuskokwim River; A Friday rally of setnetters in Kenai responds to Governor Parnell, Fish & Game Commissioner Cora Campbell; Air Force in final stages of cleaning up Nome’s White Alice radar [...]
In Monday’s news: Governor Sean Parnell seeks federal disaster declaration for king salmon fisheries on Yukon and Kuskokwim Rivers; Alaska Nanuuq Commission, U.S. Fish & Wildlife in Shishmaref detailing new international quota for subsistence harvest of polar bears; Body of woman found south of Barrow identified as 28-year-old Eliza Mae Simmonds; Shell Oil’s drill rig [...]
In Wednesday’s News: The International Whaling Commission renews the catch limit for subsistence whaling of Bowhead Whales; Senator Begich travels to Bethel to join a roundtable discussion about record low king runs on the Yukon and Kuskokwim Rivers; Alaska State Troopers begin their holiday law enforcement with patrols on the lookout for impaired and distracted [...]
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