Trooper spokesperson Tim DeSpain says no charges are anticipated against anyone involved in the incident.
The case was set to go before a jury in June—until all four parties agreed to dismiss the case and draft a settlement.
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This winter’s commercial king crab harvest broke a new record with nearly 100,000 pounds harvested from Norton Sound. To put that in perspective, the previous record was 62,000 pounds in 2013.
With summer salmon runs just around the corner, Norton Sound Economic Development Corporation is making efforts to bolster its salmon rehabilitation projects in Western Alaska.
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Graduation speaker Evita Samuels, 33, “died [Tuesday] at the [Diomede] school where she was staying,” Troopers said Wednesday. Foul play is not suspected.
Clark cites health reasons involving his parents as the reason for his unexpected resignation. Superintendent Shawn Arnold says his departure means a scramble to fill this administrative position late in the year.
After recent repairs to its autopilot system, the single helicopter that ferries mail and passengers to and from Little Diomede Island is up and running (though still waiting on weather).
Court documents allege 28-year-old Johnny Nazuruk broke into a home in the Kobuk River community, waited for a woman to walk by, attacked her, and dragged her inside the broken-into house against her will