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 Tuesday’s news: Head of U.S. Coast Guard testified last week on Coast Guard’s 2014 budget request; Opponents of controversial tax cut for oil companies beginning to gather support for referendum; State Supreme Court gave Alaska Redistricting Board clarification last week; Nome Board of Education passes FY14 budget for Nome Public Schools; National Weather Service [...]
In Monday’s news: GCI announces Unalakleet has terrestrial broadband services; Four bowhead whales landed in Savoonga; 2013 CITGO fuel program deadline approaching; BSSD has another NYO record holder; Nome’s Laura Samuelson reappointed to State Historical Records Advisory Board.
In Thursday’s news: Bethel judge deciding if subsistence fishermen have spiritual right to fish; First effects of heroin use being seen in Nome; Senator Lisa Murkowski and rest of women in Senate attended dinner at the White House last night.
In Monday’s news: Alaska State Troopers investigating death of Pitkas Point man killed on hunting trip; Fairbanks man air-lifted off mountain near Nome this past weekend; Nome Public Schools Board of Education announces superintendent finalist has withdrawn candidacy; Department of Veterans Affairs officials presented medal to Frankie Kuzuguk, Sr. on Friday; New district records set [...]
In Wednesday’s news: Department of Public Safety investigating possible necessary changes to allow VPSOs to carry firearms; Nome Joint Utility Board approved 2013 fuel contract for City of Nome last night; Nome Community Center and CAMP present facts on electronic cigarettes after their debut in Nome; Bethel City Council defeats ordinance prohibiting drunken walking; U.S. [...]
This Tuesday, April 9, 2013 at 2:30 pm, we’re hosting a special call-in show on Arctic policy. Four special guests will be in studio to answer your questions about Arctic planning and policy. Hear about what’s being done locally, state-wide and internationally on key issues: from sustaining fisheries to protecting subsistence lifestyles, from fostering smart oil and [...]
In Friday’s news: Panel of experts at UAA Justice Center gave talks this week on tribal courts in Alaska; Nome Community Center hosting second social equity conversation tomorrow; Congressman Don Young say’s he’s not worried about investigation into whether he violated ethics rules; “Welcome to Nome” gold pan and “Three Lucky Swedes” landmarks have been [...]
In Thursday’s news: 45-year-old Anchorage woman charged with misappropriating money from an Alaska Native village account; Hooper Bay man charged with first degree murder; Alaska’s senior senator is reviewing stance on gay marriage; Lawmakers in Juneau working to ensure Alaska’s interests included in Arctic policy; Bering Sea Women’s Group hosting second annual “Choose Respect” rally [...]
In Wednesday’s News: PTPC issues severe reprimand to former NPS Superintendent Mike Brawner, sexual harassment charges placed on Brawner’s record; AK House of Representatives calls for Secretary John Kerry to attend Arctic Council meeting in May as America’s Arctic Minister; HB162 that requires teachers to work longer for tenure advances; AK House passes bill allowing [...]
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