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Profile: Nome’s Judge Ben Esch Retires

Superior Court Judge, Ben Esch, has retired after 17 years of service in Nome. Esch was appointed in 1996 by then Governor Tony Knowles. Esch grew up in the Midwest in Illinois – in a town he says is about the same size as Nome. He graduated college with an undergraduate degree in chemistry and…

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Update News: Tuesday, February 19, 2013

In Tuesday’s news: Former State Senator Albert Kookesh suffered apparent heart attack; Federal investigators say plane crashed near Rainy Pass; Superior Court Judge Ben Esch retires after seventeen years of service to Nome; Bill in Alaska House would criminalize federal gun regulation; House Education Committee advances bill that would allow for pilot, four-day school week…

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Update News: Friday, January 18, 2013

In Friday’s news: Inaction has Nome’s Mike Benchoff dealing with authorities regarding his boat, the Rustler; After serving in Nome for 17 years, Superior Court Judge Ben Esch is retiring; Graphite deposit on Seward Peninsula labeled second-largest graphite source in the world; Kuskokwim 300 Sled Dog Race says colder temperatures have set up icy and…

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