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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...
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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...
2015/04/20 16:33
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He was born on Oct. 23, 1948, in Crystal Falls, son of the late George Sr. and Lucille (Labombard) Nantelle. He attended school in Crystal Falls, graduating from Forest Park High School in 1968. Upon...
2015/04/17 18:27
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Young musicians tune their skills at music festival Visiting students from four western Alaska schools made their way to Dillingham for the Regional Music Festival April 9-11. Musicians flew in from...
2015/04/17 17:27
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Shell releases summer plans for Arctic A month-long comment period started last week on Royal Dutch Shell's plans for Arctic exploration in 2015 after federal regulators said Shell's submitted drill...
2015/04/17 05:56
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Continental rulers reacted with all manner of repressive tactics, censoring books, restricting travel, and purging universities of “immoral” faculty. One result of their fears was the inauguration of...
Jerusalem Moscow
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2015/04/11 02:39
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Public Comment Period Opens Up For Shell’s Chukchi Plan If you want to comment on Shell’s plan to drill in the Chukchi Sea this summer, now is your chance. The U.S. Bureau of Ocean Energy Management...
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2015/04/10 02:39
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Funding Cut To Kivalina School Could Pose Legal Problem For Legislature On Wednesday, the Senate Finance committee slashed more than $40 million in state dollars from the capital budget. A rural...
2015/04/07 06:28
2015/04/07 06:28
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In the fall of 1979, while on a flight from Hartford to Austin, the writer Daniel Okrent was struck by an idea for conducting an auction of baseball players—or, rather, baseball players’ names and...
2015/04/06 20:40
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Nome Churches, Nonprofits Keep Sales Tax Exemption Business owners, nonprofit workers, and residents (including Rep. Neal Foster, left) made for a full house in Nome City Council chambers Monday as...
2015/04/05 00:38
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Stephen Louis Hale, 62, of Decatur died Wednesday, April 1, 2015, in Decatur. Service is 5 p.m. Saturday, April 4, at Mulkey-Mason Funeral Home, 740 S. Edmonds, in Lewisville. Steve was born Aug. 5,...
2015/04/03 19:27
2015/04/03 19:27
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Years Ago in the Bristol Bay Times-Dutch Harbor Fisherman April 6, 2000 By Katie Bausler Alaska Newspapers Inc. Legislators have heard from many people about the wait list for state services for...
Tracy Brown
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2015/04/03 01:39
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Promise and Hazards of Arctic Oil Outlined at D.C. Forum With two of Shell’s rigs now crossing the Pacific in hopes of drilling in the Chukchi Sea this summer, officials and energy experts gathered...
2015/03/28 01:39
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Alaska News Nightly: March 27, 2015 Alaska Senate Delays Vote On Pot Legislation Alexandra Gutierrez, APRN – Juneau The Alaska Senate has delayed a vote on its signature marijuana bill after saying...
2015/03/27 18:29
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Unalaska hires Moore as interim city manager Donald L. Moore, the newly hired interim city manager of Unalaska, comes with high praise from two Alaska mayors, Alice Ruby, the incumbent in Dillingham,...
2015/03/27 16:28
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Arctic mushers recall Iditarod ups and downs The Iditarod Trail Sled Dog Race never claims to be easy. And it's no surprise that some years are tougher than others, but no one thought the challenges...
2015/03/27 04:38
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NOME -- Three men been arrested on felony drug charges related to selling heroin, prescription pills, marijuana and other narcotics, all part of a multi-agency bust involving federal, state, and city...
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