In Thursday’s news: Community of Emmonak without potable water; Bering Straits Health Consortium and UAA Anchorage will graduate first 3 students from Nome nursing program; Alaska Senator Mark Begich expected to serve on Senate Indian Affairs Committee during upcoming Congress; Nome Common Council learns city morgue is in poor condition; Smoking is now more expensive [...]
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In Wednesday’s news: Domestic violence act facing reauthorization in DC, key provisions for Alaska at stake; Second former executive director of Alaska Eskimo Whaling Commission sentenced for embezzlement; Nome Elementary School battling low reading scores with individual skills tests; School District and Nome Eskimo Community developing Alaska Native Education Program in Nome; Sheep Mountain 150 [...]
In Monday’s news: Investigators determine there is no oil spill near St. Lawrence Island; Red foxes have been sighted around Nome; Governor Parnell releases budget proposal, showing increased support for public safety programs; Local author, Claire Kennon, is raising awareness about domestic violence; Nome-Beltz High School wrestling team competed in State Tournament this past weekend.
In Tuesday’s News: Iditarod registration closes, 12 rookies in the running; Burned body found inside home in St. Mary’s; Bethel judge reschedules Alaska Natives’ illegal fishing trial; City of Nome gets $100,000 from NSEDC; Anchorage police investigating death of 29 year old woman; 5.8 earthquake shook Anchorage on Monday; Recount confirms 32-vote victory for challenger [...]
In Wednesday’s news: Changes in ocean’s pH levels from greenhouse gases affecting Alaska; Alaska health officials reporting sharp increase this year of pertussis, or whooping cough; Tugboat stuck on rocks near St. Michael since October not removed yet; Kaatiluta taking place Saturday in Nome.
In Tuesday’s news: Tapping into Norton Sound natural gas resource may not be worthwhile for Nome; Board Member for Bristol Bay Native Corporation charged with sexually assaulting female; Gambell residents still waiting to hear back from Coast Guard about oiled wildlife samples; Environmental group seeking endangered species protection for Pacific harbor seals.
In Tuesday’s news: Grand opening tomorrow for Norton Sound Health Corporation’s new hospital & Quyaana Care Center; Nome’s Victoria Erickson received Governor’s Administrator of the Year Award, last weekend; Senator Donny Olson re-elected last week & now serves largest district in the United States; Alaskans voted to approve Bonding Proposition A, which will apportion $453.5 [...]
In Monday’s news: Oiled wildlife confirmed on St. Lawrence Island; Another Democrat joins Senate Republican-led majority; Governor Parnell says State’s attitude toward tribes is unexpected and unwarranted; Emmonak City Council met for a special meeting, last Thursday, announcing new members and restructuring; Nome’s Victoria Erickson received Governor’s Administrator of the Year award.
In Wednesday’s news: Although not winning the election, Mitt Romney secured Alaska’s three electoral votes; Randy Pomeranz and Stan Anderson keep their seats in Nome Municipal Run-off Election; Nome Elementary School gets a chance to practice voting; Senator Mark Begich explains need for oversight hearing for federal subsistence management; Poetry North coming to Nome this [...]
In Monday’s news: Nome Municipal Run-off Election tomorrow; Bering Straits Native Corporation closed on transfer of Alaska Gold Company LLC from NOVAGOLD, last Thursday; John Marvin Junior convicted Saturday of two counts of first degree murder; White House proclaims November as National Native American Heritage Month; Nome Beltz High School Volleyball team wins Western Conference [...]
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