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Profile: Military Toxins

Alaska Community Action on Toxics was in Nome on Monday with retired Marine Corps Master Sergeant, Jerry Ensminger, to talk about how military toxins are affecting local communities. Ensminger has been working for sixteen years to hold the military accountable for polluting the environment. These military toxins are linked with cancer and other illnesses around…

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Update News: Monday, June 3, 2013

In Monday’s News: Galena evacuees taking up temporary residence in Fairbanks to escape Yukon River flood; Alaska Community Action on Toxics in Nome to blow whistle on military toxins; Judge Timothy Dooley sworn in to Nome Superior Court; Tok fire grows to 1,000 acres; BP Alaska plans to bring two new drill rigs to North…

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Update News: Friday, May 31, 2013

In Friday’s news: Floodwaters subsiding at Galena; Weekend power outage being blamed for crash of state computer system; Alaska Redistricting Board ordered to begin redrawing state political boundary lines; Proposed Donlin Gold project public hearings wrap up in Y-K Delta; U.S. EPA extending public comment period on study of large mining impacts in Bristol Bay…

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