In Wednesday’s news: More than half of Galena’s 400 residents have evacuated as flooding worsens; Man suspected of killing elderly couple and assaulting 2-year-old was released from jail hours earlier; Residents in Unalakleet may finally be able to drink water from their tap this week; Nome Board of Education has approved negotiated agreement with the [...]
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In Wednesday’s news: Kawerak celebrates 40th anniversary with Regional Conference; ICC President and Ltn. Gov. talk Arctic Policy at Kawerak conference; Alaska Senate passes abortion bill that narrows definition of “medically necessary” abortions; Nome Board of Education opposes private school bill.
In Tuesday’s news: Nome Board of Education will discuss superintendent’s resignation at tonight’s meeting; City of Kivalina still conserving water after summer and fall flooding in 2012 restricted filling of water tanks; Nome Common Council passed ordinances, last night, amending Fiscal Year 2013 Budget; Community Engagement Initiative explained; Allen Moore wins Yukon Quest International Sled [...]
In Thursday’s news: Kuspuk School District plane crashed near Kalskag on Tuesday, pilot and both passengers hospitalized; Personnel issue at Nome Public Schools to be investigated by Alaska Professional Teaching Practices Commission; Increased shipping traffic discussed at Bering Straits Maritime Symposium in Nome.
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 Friday’s News: First step in disaster declaration to bring aid to entire fishing communities, not just commercial operations; Another strong windstorm expected in Anchorage this weekend; NPS first district in the state to have one-to-one iPad program; Nome’s Nick Morgan a National Merit Scholarship semi-finalist; Wasilla man underwent successful heart transplant, heart replaced was [...]
In Wednesday’s News: Neal Foster to go unchallenged in November election for House District 39 Representative; Alaska voters decide not to reestablish Coastal Management Program; Ballot Measure No.1 too close to call; Sharon Cissna wins Democratic Primary for U.S. House race, to face U.S Rep. Don Young; East West runway in Nome reopens, work crew [...]