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2015/05/28 23:13
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WASHINGTON— Today, when visiting the Alaska Native Science and Engineering Program at the University of Alaska-Anchorage, Deputy Energy Secretary Elizabeth Sherwood announced that as part of the...
2015/05/28 23:13
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2015/05/27 02:39
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Nome Neighbors’ Lawsuit on Sled Dog Noise, Smell Dismissed A lawsuit between Nome neighbors that centered on noise and odor from one household’s dog lot has been dismissed—and is no longer set to go...
2015/05/22 21:27
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Technical school grads find world of possibilities The Alaska Technical Center in KOTZEBUE has been around for some time, but with rapid advances in technology and workforce requirements, the...
The Star
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2015/05/22 21:27
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Noorvik man faces 5 felony charges after April attack A Noorvik man made his first court appearances this week on five felony charges stemming from an alleged attack in April in the small...
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2015/05/22 21:27
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Obituary - Bobby Andrew Bobby Andrew August 17, 1942 - May 12, 2015 Bobby Andrew was born August 17, 1942, in Aleknagik, Alaska to Olgarth and Olga Andrew. He attended Aleknagik Territorial School...
2015/05/21 22:50
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Obituary, Maximilian Worhatch III, 81 Maximilian Worhatch III was born to Mary Josephine Gola and Maximilian Worhatch II on September 2nd, 1933 in Callery, Butler County, Pennsylvania. He was born at...
2015/05/15 14:51
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Three years ago at this time Caroline Van Hemert and Pat Farrell, of Anchorage, were paddling homemade boats, hiking and skiing from Bellingham, Washinton to KOTZEBUE. Their human-powered trek was...
2015/05/08 18:27
2015/05/08 18:27
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Holding on to Snow This has been what we call a good spring; here in the Northwest Arctic, we are lucky to have this It's an hour past midnight and I'm staring out the window I just framed in this...
Anchorage
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2015/05/08 02:39
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... Zones’ Devised to Keep Protesters From Shell’s Fleet Now, the Coast Guard in Alaska is proposing a set of navigational buffer zones for when fleet arrives. Cmdr. Hector Cintron, the Coast...
2015/05/07 21:28
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A disagreement between neighbors living several miles outside Nome city limits is set to go to trial over a dispute that centers on what’s acceptable when it comes to noise—and smell—from a dog...
2015/05/06 02:39
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Budget Cuts Mean Less Lawyers, Trying Fewer Cases In a May 4th email, Deputy Attorney General Richard Svobodny told staff reductions will be in place by May 29th. The Department of Law is cutting...
2015/04/30 21:50
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Obituary, Jeffrey Lin Avery, 57 Jeffrey (Jeff) Lin Avery, 57 passed away suddenly while visiting family in Boise, Idaho on April 12, 2015. Jeff was born in Council, Idaho on August 14, 1957. He...
2015/04/27 21:28
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Prom night is a memorable event for teens across the world -- but it’s even more so for a KOTZEBUE girl, whose parents say she hunted and killed a grizzly bear hours before taking to the dance floor...
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Schultz, Saunders HS Excellence Awards announced STILLWATER, Okla. -- The National Wrestling Hall of Fame & Museum has announced its winners of the Dave Schultz and Tricia Saunders High School...
2015/04/25 20:27
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Artist workshops fuse tradition, innovation Workshop participants at First Light in Dillingham last weekend enjoyed community and instruction in creative topics ranging from gutskin sewing to graphic...
2015/04/25 02:39
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Bethel’s Warm Temperatures Break Records Bethel Bethel Boat Harbor November 13th, 2014. – (Photo by Dean Swope) Bethel broke the record for highest-average temperature in 2014. It’s included in a...
2015/04/24 02:28
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A National Transportation Safety Board report depicts a weak safety culture at a Western Alaska airline, as well as only sporadic enforcement by the Federal Aviation Administration, before a crash...
2015/04/23 23:39
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Iñupiaq artist Ross Schaeffer spent most of his life hunting, trapping, and fishing around KOTZEBUE, Alaska. Only in recent years has he transformed his lifestyle into creating artwork and carvings...
2015/05/28 23:13
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