All three events are currently under investigation. Anyone with information is encouraged to contact Alaska State Troopers in Emmonak at 907-949-1300.
Less than half of Alaska’s registered voters cast ballots in the November 8th General Election.
The order will fund $19.4 million annually for rural Alaska communications over a ten-year time frame, through 2025.
The 2017 race from Anchorage to Fairbanks starts on February 18th, with halfway ceremonies in Nome scheduled on February 22nd.
The 2016 dividend will be $3.50 a share. A special Elder dividend will give $500 to BSNC shareholders 65 years of age or older.
Victor Karmun and Greta Schuerch started their terms on the National Park Monument Subsistence Resource Commissions on October 26th. Ronald Huffman will begin his new term on the Alaska Veterans Advisory Council on November 10th.
As of Tuesday night’s first count, challenger Mark Johnson led incumbent Matthew Culley by a margin of more than 2-to-1. A total of 482 votes were submitted for the municipal runoff, says Nome City Clerk Bryant Hammond.
These are unofficial results. The Nome City Council will meet on Thursday, November 3rd at 12 o’clock noon in the Richard Foster Building for a Special Session to canvass the results.
Voters can review the updated Official Election Pamphlet online at www.elections.alaska.gov.
Some Iditarod mushers worry that the updated ruling will challenge the integrity of the race.