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Update News: April 4th, Zach’s Birthday Edition

In Friday’s Newscast: Coast Guard investigation says equipment failure, human error, weather contributed to crewman’s death in December; Lawmakers gear up for vote on sprawling education bill; US Senate ratifies two treaties on international fishing; Kobuk traditional council passes resolution opposing state-sponsored road to Ambler Mining District; Kulluk oil rig grounded because of poor management,…

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Update News: January 15th, 2014

In Wednesday’s news: At Nome’s BOE meeting three administrators tender their resignations; A delegation from Shishmaref visits Congress to describe changes from erosion and climate change; Congressional spending bill sets $75m aside for addressing fisheries disasters; Alaska Seafood Marketing Institute is holding a photography contest open to Alaska’s many fishing families. http://www.knom.org/wp-audio/2014/01/2014-01-15-knom-update-news.mp3

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Update News: October 16th, 2013

In Wednesday’s news: Pilgrim Hot Springs revises geothermal energy forecast based on recent drilling; Red King Crab fishery stalled amid gov’t shutdown, but Norton Sound Region spared; Official candidacy announcements come from Dan Sullivan, Byron Mallot, and Hollis French. http://www.knom.org/wp-audio/2013/10/2013-10-16-knom-update-news.mp3

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Update News: October 11th, 2013

In Friday’s news: AK fishermen lack easy access to healthcare; Haines Borough amends charter to end corporate personhood; AFN needs volunteers in advance of annual convention and Elders and Youth Conference; This year’s salmon harvest most lucrative in AK history. http://www.knom.org/wp-audio/2013/10/2013-10-11-knom-update-news.mp3

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Update News: September 17th, 2013

In Tuesday’s news: Edward Moses of Tununak held on $500,000 bail in Bethel in connection with the murder of his 2-year-old son; Mining giant Anglo American has pulled out of proposed Pebble Mine project; Sen. Begich held a listening session on the Magnuson Stevens Act in Nome this past weekend; DPS commissioner Joe Masters will…

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Update News: Wednesday, July 18, 2012

In Wednesday’s news: Governor Sean Parnell rejects state-run health insurance exchanges for Alaska; The Coast Guard says no damage found on Shell’s oil rig after it slipped anchor Saturday; Mary’s Igloo Traditional Council, recovering from recent fire, receives $50,000 from National Endowment for the Arts; NSEDC begins four “egg take” salmon hatchery programs next week;…

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