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2015/07/01 00:28
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NOTE: Alaska journalist Julia O'Malley shares this postcard from the North Slope village of Point Hope. Read more on her website, An Alaska Life. I spent the last week traveling to Point Hope and...
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2015/06/27 05:39
2015/06/27 05:39
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Team Documents Elders’ Memories of Colder Winters An Ice Yacht on the Hudson River. (Photo Courtesy of Isaac Kestenbaum) Multimedia producers are in Alaska gathering audio for a project called...
2015/06/22 22:28
2015/06/22 22:28
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It’s getting hot in here… The warmth continues across most of Alaska. Interior Alaska will continue to see highs in the mid to low 80s. These aren’t record-breaking temperatures for the Interior...
2015/06/18 04:16
2015/06/18 04:16
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Bread connectionSourdough culture handed down through generations keeps family traditions alive Annie Goulet stirs her sourdough starter in her Chugiak home on June 12. The tradition of baking...
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2015/06/17 17:28
2015/06/17 17:28
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A 14-year-old KOTZEBUE boy who drowned while swimming Tuesday evening was found dead early Wednesday after an air and water search. A KOTZEBUE Police Department statement Wednesday morning said that...
2015/06/17 15:31
2015/06/17 15:31
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Alaska State Troopers arrested two men who were reportedly trespassing at a remote cabin near Willow Sunday afternoon, with both also wanted on outstanding warrants. According to a Wednesday AST...
2015/06/12 20:27
2015/06/12 20:27
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On February 26 at 1:06 p.m., someone in northern Alaska may have seen a torch of light in the cold daytime sky. On that afternoon, satellites detected a meteoric fireball headed toward Earth. An...
2015/06/09 23:48
2015/06/09 23:48
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NOAA Survey Ships Depart For Arctic Chief Bosun Jim Kruger (front) works with Jason Kinyon and Lindsey Houska on the NOAA ship Rainier to prepare for the summer’s first Arctic survey project, in...
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2015/06/09 23:28
2015/06/09 23:28
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Two-thirds of Alaska’s community and regional jails are on track to lose nearly half of their state funding due to budget cuts -- a fiscal blow which may cause at least one of the facilities to...
2015/06/05 05:51
2015/06/05 05:51
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On February 26 at 1:06 p.m., someone in northern Alaska may have seen a torch of light in the cold daytime sky. That afternoon, satellites detected a meteoric fireball headed toward Earth. An...
2015/06/03 16:28
2015/06/03 16:28
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Alaska State Troopers say a village public safety officer in Kiana Tased an armed man in a sudden confrontation last week, arresting him for assaulting the VPSO as well as another person. A Tuesday...
2015/06/03 14:51
2015/06/03 14:51
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In the last month, the Alaska Dispatch News has published close to an article a day on the subject of wildland fires and fire danger. We learned that we’ve had fires near Eagle, Delta and Dillingham....
2015/06/02 14:51
2015/06/02 14:51
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From KOTZEBUE to Juneau, Alaska sweltered in the warmest May since modern recordkeeping began. According to the National Weather Service, which has kept records in Alaska’s capital city since 1890,...
2015/05/31 14:51
2015/05/31 14:51
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Alaska needed five good women and men. It got 129. According to records released by the office of Gov. Bill Walker, 129 people have applied for positions on the state’s new five-person Marijuana...
2015/05/28 23:13
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...
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