The Pacific Environmental Security Forum brings together militaries from the Indo-Asia-Pacific region to collaborate on improving environmental security, protection, and management.
During a tour of naval ship U.S.S. O’Kane, Governor Walker emphasized the need for an Arctic naval base in Alaska.
A teen in Kiana noticed problems in her community. Three years later, the youth group she started hosts an annual conference for kids all over the region.
$11 million of Red Dog Mine profits will be invested, with between $4 and 8 million to follow annually for the next nine years.
In an interview with KNOM, Mayor Beneville discussed the purpose of the Arctic Council and some of the final resolutions that were passed in Fairbanks. Beneville also has a significant announcement for Nome, regarding a conference now slated for the city in 2021.
Velma lived in communities all over Alaska and has many stories to share, about everything from school to winter storms to alcohol addiction.
The two-lane, all-season road would stretch from Kotzebue to Cape Blossom, an area located 11.64 miles south on the Baldwin Peninsula, and cost an estimated $30 million.
Department of Corrections Commissioner Dean Williams was in Nome last week as part of a tour of Alaska correctional institutions. He’s preparing for a tour of Norwegian facilities later this year, with the ultimate goal of finding new solutions to lower Alaska’s prison recidivism rate.
From Monday through Friday, this week and next, adult participants will take daily, intensive Inupiaq classes at Ilisagvik College, engage with community elders, and have regular homework assignments.
For this week’s audioblog, Davis takes you behind the scenes of “AK Country” and discusses what kind of country music he likes to play on the show and how he prepares every week for it, and he shares some samples of the latest episode from this Wednesday.