A representation hearing for William Mathisen, Jr. is scheduled for May 25th. He is currently out on $1,000 bail.
The Pacific Environmental Security Forum brings together militaries from the Indo-Asia-Pacific region to collaborate on improving environmental security, protection, and management.
During a tour of naval ship U.S.S. O’Kane, Governor Walker emphasized the need for an Arctic naval base in Alaska.
The NSEDC grants were approved by its Board of Directors on May 4th.
Ransom Bradley is being held on bail set at $1,000 and will be arraigned at the Nome Courthouse on May 23rd.
Graduating seniors Katie Beans of St. Mary’s and Ezekiel Eakin of Kotzebue are among twenty-five students from around the state selected to receive the one-time scholarship totaling $4,000.
Troopers report 54-year-old Martin Moore, Jr., of Emmonak died due to injuries. An investigation is currently ongoing.
The bill, which now heads to Gov. Walker’s desk, would name the second Monday in October “Indigenous People’s Day.”
Richie Diehl of Aniak took fifth in the 2017 Kobuk 440, followed by Kotzebue’s Katherine Keith. Kevin Hansen, also of Kotzebue, took 11th. The arrival of the Red Lantern will close both the 2017 Kobuk race and, effectively, the 2017 sled dog racing season in western Alaska.
Troopers state Clinton Paul was cold, hungry, and thirsty upon being found on Sunday, but was otherwise in good health.