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Update News: April 18th, 2014

In Friday’s news: NTSB releases preliminary report on recent Hageland crash; Federal Subsistence Board limits king salmon harvests on Kuskokwim River; Alaska House votes yes to shore up state’s pension system; Alaska House sunsets the Alaska Film Tax Credit; New law restricts state Medicaid payments for abortions; Inner harbor ramp crumbling and seawall damaged at…

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Update News: Tuesday, May 14, 2013

In Tuesday’s news: Fiber optic broadband is coming to Nome; Ambulance Chief, Victoria Erickson, will be with the Nome Volunteer Ambulance Department for two more years; Ice on Kuskokwim River thawing slower than usual; Link to the past has been discovered at Nome’s Covenant Church.

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Update News: Wednesday, January 30, 2013

In Wednesday’s news: Nome’s Northwest Campus has new Director; Alaska did not receive any money from Sandy relief bill, but bill does allow for tribes to apply directly for future aid; Board of Fisheries adopts new management plan for Kuskokwim River; Alaska’s Senior Senator introduces legislation to rename Mount McKinley to Denali; Co-chair of State…

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Update News: Monday, December 17, 2012

In Monday’s news: Water pressure is back in City of Emmonak, but residents still need to boil water; Kalskag-to-Aniak trail on Kuskokwim River closed; Alaska still ranks number one in country for Chlamydia; Researchers finally have chance to examine umiaq pieces dug out in 1953; Nome schools in session today.

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Update News: Friday, September 14, 2012

In Friday’s News: First step in disaster declaration to bring aid to entire fishing communities, not just commercial operations; Another strong windstorm expected in Anchorage this weekend; NPS first district in the state to have one-to-one iPad program; Nome’s Nick Morgan a National Merit Scholarship semi-finalist; Wasilla man underwent successful heart transplant, heart replaced was…

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Update News: Thursday, September 13, 2012

In Thursday’s News: Acting US Secretary of Commerce declares commercial fishery failure on Yukon, Kuskokwim rivers and Cook Inlet; Kiana man missing after death of 74-year-old mother featured in “On the Ice”; NMFS has not followed through on ringed and bearded seal endangered species listing; MIT releases research finding additional chemicals affecting Arctic; Upcoming October…

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