In Friday’s news: Fairbanks woman to pay hundreds of thousands to family of child killed, last year; YKHC working on electronic health record system; Bethel man dies after being found in unheated home; Nome Port Commission outlines spending for State general obligation bonds; Federal agencies increase support for protection of sacred sites for Alaska Natives [...]
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In Friday’s news: NOVAGOLD announces transfer of Alaska Gold Company LLC to Bering Straits Native Corporation; Paul Fuhs with Fuhs Consulting updated the Nome Port Commission last night on Nome Port & Harbor Development Plan; Attorney for man accused of killing Hoonah policemen says prosecutors didn’t prove their case; NTSB investigation states 27-year old missing [...]
In Friday’s News: NPD reports 10-year-old Rebecca Kulukhon-Slwooko missing since 2:30pm yesterday (Update: found this morning fine and well) AST arrest Teddy Kyle Smith, charged with attempted murder, theft, robbery and weapons misconduct; Man falls to death last night at Dena’ina Center in Anchorage; Crane arrives for airport project, may be too heavy for old [...]
In Thursday’s News: Joint meeting of Nome Common Council and Nome Port Commission puts city’s energy toward expanding Nome’s port, not Cape Nome; Mercury used during Gold Rush now posing health risk to today’s miners; NASA says blimps are making comeback, Lt. Gov. Treadwell says rural AK great place to test aircraft; Memorial honoring Attu [...]
In Friday’s News: NSEDC communities will receive an additional $200-thousand benefit share, $100-thousand designated toward youth activities; Alaskans to see smaller Permanent Fund dividend this fall; City Council and Port Commission discuss year’s priority projects; fishing vessel capsizes northwest of Sitka; Coast Guard offering free inspections in Nome this weekend.
In Friday’s News: Nome Port Commission looks at port authority with Teller and/or Brevig Mission, facility at Port Clarence; Catholic Diocese of Fairbanks scheduled August mass to celebrate 50th anniversary, to acknowledge church’s failure and apologize; 13 Relay for Life of Nome teams raise $18-thousand, goal $30-thousand, event August 11 & 12; Community Farmer’s Market [...]
In Thursday’s News: Teller Catholic Church spared, but two buildings collapsed, city’s front-end loader blows up; Plane crash in Homer kills former state representative Heinze; Nome Port Commission asks council to ban individual from the port; Hearings continue for coastal management program initiative; Researcher finds the state has collected $170-billion in revenue from North Slope [...]
In Friday’s news: Alaska Wildlife Troopers and the US Fish & Wildlife service seize more than 1,000 pounds of salmon from fishermen protesting subsistence closures on the Kuskokwim; Alaska Senators Mark Begich and Lisa Murkowski split on subsidies in national Farm Bill; Increasing docking space now, and a deep water harbor in the future, discussed [...]
Deckhand from Washington state dies on processor off Togiak; Nome Port Commission plans for onslaught of dredges in harbor; new labor commissioner named, Dianne Blumer; Shishmaref’s Mary Huntington named Shishmaref school’s vice principal; Safety Fair in Nome tomorrow, opportunity to register bikes.
Nome’s Port Commission gets closer to a decision on where gold dredges and other vessels will dock this summer; the Alaska Historical Commission hosting a discussion today on how to revitalize Alaska’s Native languages; Port of Anchorage officials say no new construction planned for a third year in a row; US Coast Guard’s “Arctic Outreach” brings boat and water safety to Nome schools.