In Tuesday’s news: Plane missing on Iditarod trail, three people aboard; Bethel veterans’ grave preserved, thanks to Alaska Department of Transportation; Sen. Begich requests $2 billion towards Alaska’s ports; Alaska Eskimo Whaling Commission allocates 67 bowhead strikes for 2013; Bethel’s Irene Washington reappointed to state veterans council; Lady Nanooks basketball get one last win at [...]
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In Thursday’s news: Alaska Native leaders gather at White House Tribal Nations Conference, voice concerns over federal mismanagement; Caribou hunting in Bethel regulated under new guidelines; Department of Veterans Affairs and Indian Health Services working together to improve healthcare for Alaska Native veterans; Senator Begich introduces new Social Security bill in DC; Increased shipping traffic in [...]
In Tuesday’s News: Tugboat hit rocks near St. Michael on Friday, two men on board drift safely to shore; High-speed internet coming to Nome next year; Senator Begich in Israel discussing foreign relations.
In Tuesday’s News: Galena woman choked until unconscious, another woman charged with felony assault; Two Kivalina teenagers steal $189,000 from the Kivalina Native Store; Elections today for Nome Municipal seats; Alaska voting registration deadline is October 8; New Alakanuk airport opens; Senator Begich advocating for oil reserves in the NPRA.
In Monday’s News: Two Stebbins teenagers arrested for treatening STG crew members; 22-year-old airman dies on Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson; 70-foot log fall kills Klawock man at timber sorting yard; Sen Begich’s staff to meet with Nomeites today, UNK tomorrow, SMK on Wednesday; 10-year-old Juneau boy heads to Washington D.C. for Kids State Dinner.
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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