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Update News: December 2nd, 2013

In Monday’s news: A plane crash Friday near St. Mary’s killed four of the 10 people on board; This week’s Western Arctic Caribou Herd working group meets in Anchorage to discuss issues of subsistence and development in the state; The seafloor off the coast of Northern Siberia is releasing many more tons of methane into…

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Friendship Flight 25th Anniversary

This week marks the 25th anniversary of the Friendship Flight that flew between Alaska and Siberia in 1988. KNOM News Director Laureli Kinneen is in Anadyr, Russia reporting on the event. Listen to the story below. http://www.knom.org/wp-audio/2013/09/2013-09-26-knom-special-friendship-flight.mp3

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Update News: Friday, August 24, 2012

A low front from Siberia brings strong winds, high water, and rain to the Seward Peninsula/Norton Sound; a Navy SEAL with Aniak roots publishes a book about his experiences in the operation that killed Osama Bin Laden; initial drill results at a graphite deposit 40 miles north of Nome could be “one of the most significant” graphite resources in the world; U.S. Senator Mark Begich to introduce legislation creating a national seafood marketing effort; NOAA charges American Seafoods with 39 violations of Magnuson-Stevens Act for fish fraud; Alaska State Museum seeks entries for biennial exhibition on Alaskan photography

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Profile: What Caused Mammoths to Go Extinct?

Wooly mammoths once roamed across Europe, Northern Asia, across the Bering Strait and throughout Alaska and Canada. But they mostly disappeared from North America around ten thousand years ago—and around four thousand years ago, they had vanished entirely. But why?

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