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Update News: Thursday September 5th, 2013

In Thursday’s news: Tests will reveal amount of geothermal energy available from Pilgrim Hot Springs in as few as 3 weeks; State’s Permanent Fund Dividend for the year will be announced Sept. 18; Fishermen protest outside an Anchorage Wal-Mart over salmon dispute; Nome Public School receives an Obesity Prevention and Control grant. http://www.knom.org/wp-audio/2013/08/2013-09-05-knom-update-news.mp3

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Update News: Tuesday, November 27, 2012

In Tuesday’s news: The Emmonak Tribal Council is intervening in current lawsuit between State of Alaska & U.S. Attorney General; 43-year-old woman found unresponsive in Bethel; Lawyer asking judge to consolidate trials of 22 Alaska Native fishermen; Alaska State Troopers have suspended search for missing 31-year-old Wisconsin man; Nome Public Schools needs input from community…

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Update News: Wednesday, November 14, 2012

In Wednesday’s news: Residents of Gambell travelled to St. Lawrence Island to find source of oil that contaminated seals, birds & ocean debris; Norton Sound Economic Development Corporation held board meetings, last week, to look into building Norton Sound hatchery; Alaska’s Commerce commissioner says the disaster from poor king salmon returns worse than first estimated;…

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Update News: Friday, November 9, 2012

In Friday’s news: Investigation begins on St. Lawrence Island after separate reports found animals with oil on them; Alaska Native fishermen charged with illegal fishing seeking to consolidate trials; Alaska Department of Environmental Conservation assumes authority from EPA to regulate wastewater discharges; Kuskokwim 300 Race Committee announces purse increase; Tribal funk band Pamyua continuing Inuit…

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Update News: Wednesday, October 31, 2012

In Wednesday’s news: 3 subsistence fishermen found guilty of fishing with salmon nets during restrictions this past summer; Coast Guard removes fuel from tugboat stuck 2 miles from St. Michael; Sharon Cissna is running for Congress; Light earthquake shook residents of Anchorage and Kenai; Cabela’s outdoor retailer plans to open Anchorage store.

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Update News: Monday, October 29, 2012

In Monday’s news: Fog allows Senator Murkowski, Coast Guard Admiral and National Guard General to visit Nome schools; Community of Chuathbaluk receives running water & flushing toilets; Trials begin today for Alaska Native subsistence fishermen charged with illegally fishing for king salmon; Effort underway to increase participation in Regional Advisory Councils; CEO of Anglo American…

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Update News: Friday, October 19, 2012

In Friday’s news: Laureli Kinneen reports on five workshops at the 2012 AFN Convention; 25 Kuskokwim subsistence fishermen are heading to trial for alleged illegal fishing; Rally in Anchorage pushes for Alaska native rights for subsistence living.

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Update News: Thursday, October 11, 2012

In Thursday’s news: Discussion begins in Nome for a Bering Strait Management Authority; 66-year old, John Strickling, arrested in Nome, Tuesday; Human remains found in South Anchorage; One injured from boiler explosion at Sitka Coast Guard hangar; 5 fishermen rescued near Kodiak; Alaska National Guard airmen returning from Afghanistan; Governor Parnell proclaims October as Domestic…

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Transition

It’s a time of transition at KNOM. Volunteers are packing up and leaving, their rooms a blank canvas of bed, desk, and dresser, awaiting a new occupant to make it his or her own. Schedules at work are shifting as people segue into new positions while awaiting new faces. Even the weather is changing, from…

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