Alaska State Trooper Public Information Officer Megan Peters says a fight broke out between two inmates, but no major injuries were reported.
Alaska State Troopers were notified of the break-in on August 16th in the community of Stebbins.
Water and sewer infrastructure in rural Alaska will soon be under review by a new state advisory committee. House Bill 209, sponsored by Nome Representative Neal Foster, was signed into law on July 28th.
On Monday, the Nome City Council could opt to begin abatement proceedings for five properties in the city that are deemed either a fire or health hazard or a public nuisance.
GCI anticipates the expansion to Red Dog Mine and Noatak to be completed in 2017.
Troopers state the incident was started when a camp fire was left without being fully extinguished. Damages are estimated at $15,000.
70-year-old Michael Fay of Springfield, MO, is reported to have hurt his back while operating his all-terrain vehicle an estimated 55 miles northeast of Nome.
“There will be no delays. There will be vivid, vibrant colors, and it will be immediate, interactive sharing of data and information back and forth between people,” says GCI’s Heather Handyside.
36-year-old Joseph Balderas has been reported missing since Monday, June 27th. On July 4, troopers suspended their search “pending any new leads.”
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