Once Mark Johnson is sworn in, he and the other councilmen will vote on an ordinance amending proposed changes to NJUS water and sewer tariff rate schedules A and B. If approved, rates will increase by 10%, starting immediately.
Lauren and Karen discuss the ins and outs of spot production in this week’s volunteer audio blog.
A 2015 audit finds no weaknesses, deficiencies, or noncompliance by NJUS operations.
On this week’s episode of Elder Voices, we visit with Unalakleet’s Irene Katchatag, through her interview with KNOM from April 2002.
After completing the 8-9 hour North Slope Training Cooperative session, 23 AMCC inmates will receive an NSTC card, a crucial step towards potential employment, after their prison sentences, on the Alaska gas pipeline.
In a first-time collaboration, BSSD students attended ANSEP’s Middle School Academy: a two-week dorm-like experience where participants from 14 different villages gathered at University of Alaska Anchorage to participate in activities to pique interest in STEM.
Starting in 2017, “culture-based units” in North Slope Borough schools will more deeply embed regional and Inupiaq history and culture into K-12 curricula.
Carrie Stevens, assistant professor of tribal management at UAF, defines nation building as a process to have self-determined community and economic development, and the increase in the ability to self-govern.
In a joint work session with the Planning Commission, commissioners suggested moving the location of passenger drop-off and constructing a pedestrian walkway.
Dune Lankard with the Center for Biological Diversity says the Center was disappointed with NOAA’s announcement regarding Iliamna Lake seals not warranting listing as an endangered species — but, it has not yet decided how it will respond.