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The Bristol Bay Times
Big changes on a big Alaska peninsulaoutcomes?" he said. " Nobody's steering the ship. Doing nothing is really doing
Big changes on a big Alaska peninsula
The Bristol Bay Times / Posted an hour ago
outcomes?" he said. " Nobody's steering the ship. Doing nothing is really doing something." Since the late 1970s, the University of Alaska Fairbanks' Geophysical Institute has provided this column free in cooperation with the UAF research... Read more
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The Bristol Bay Times
Manokotak youth building a successful futuretime to finish the requirements for an occupational endorsement in Basic Carpen
Manokotak youth building a successful future
The Bristol Bay Times / Posted 2 hours ago
time to finish the requirements for an occupational endorsement in Basic Carpentry through the Bristol Bay Campus of the University of Alaska Fairbanks," Jon Clouse, federal program director for the Southwest Region School District, said. "Both... Read more
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Juneau Empire
Alaska Science Forum: Moose flies a high-summer Alaska pesthe wrote on his sweltering river trip of a century ago. “And not a horse within
Alaska Science Forum: Moose flies a high-summer Alaska pest
Juneau Empire / Posted 5 hours ago
he wrote on his sweltering river trip of a century ago. “And not a horse within 100 miles.” • Since the late 1970s, the University of Alaska Fairbanks’ Geophysical Institute has provided this column free in cooperation with the UAF research... Read more
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Alaska Public
Former UAF shooter prepares for his 4th OlympicsFormer University of Alaska Fairbanks shooter and 2004 Olympic champion Matt Em
Former UAF shooter prepares for his 4th Olympics
Alaska Public / Posted 20 hours ago
Former University of Alaska Fairbanks shooter and 2004 Olympic champion Matt Emmons is in top form heading toward his 4th Olympics this summer in Rio. USA Shooting reports that the 35 year old marksman won a World Cup in Munich, Germany, setting a... Read more
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The Commercial Dispatch
UAS Center of Excellence undergoes leadership transitionSTARKVILLE -- USAF Maj. Gen. (Ret.) James Poss is departing from Mississippi St
UAS Center of Excellence undergoes leadership transition
The Commercial Dispatch / Posted yesterday
STARKVILLE -- USAF Maj. Gen. (Ret.) James Poss is departing from Mississippi State University July 1 after successfully leading the multi-year effort to land the Federal Aviation Administration's Center of Excellence for Unmanned Aircraft... Read more
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Juneau Empire
Plans would close Sitka, Anchorage extension service officesANCHORAGE — The University of Alaska Fairbanks plans to close its cooperative e
Plans would close Sitka, Anchorage extension service offices
Juneau Empire / Posted yesterday
ANCHORAGE — The University of Alaska Fairbanks plans to close its cooperative extension service offices in Sitka and Anchorage by the end of October. Thirteen jobs will be affected by the closures, with all but one of those in Anchorage, KTVA TV in... Read more
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Peninsula Clarion
Citizens' group aims to organize history conferencein Fairbanks for a time. She said she was surprised by how much information abo
Citizens' group aims to organize history conference
Peninsula Clarion / Posted 2 days ago
in Fairbanks for a time. She said she was surprised by how much information about the Kenai Peninsula was available in the University of Alaska Fairbanks’ library but not on the peninsula itself. She has also found some of the peninsula’s history... Read more
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Alaska Public
As new companies enter Alaska oilfields, violations spikeoil and gas fields. State regulators proposed some $1.7 million dollars in pen
As new companies enter Alaska oilfields, violations spike
Alaska Public / Posted 2 days ago
oil and gas fields. State regulators proposed some $1.7 million dollars in penalties against five companies — and the University of Alaska Fairbanks — for violating safety and environmental regulations. One reason for the increase? More — and... Read more
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Alaska Public
Tuesday, May 24, 2016oil and gas fields State regulators proposed some $1.7 million dollars in penal
Tuesday, May 24, 2016
Alaska Public / Posted 2 days ago
oil and gas fields State regulators proposed some $1.7 million dollars in penalties against five companies — and the University of Alaska Fairbanks — for violating safety and environmental regulations at oil and gas wells. Two federal laws... Read more
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Alaska Public
Monday, May 23, 2016is extraordinarily high, putting villages at an economic disadvantage. Last wee
Monday, May 23, 2016
Alaska Public / Posted 3 days ago
is extraordinarily high, putting villages at an economic disadvantage. Last week a federal administrator passed through the University of Alaska Fairbanks to review a project that aims to draw down energy costs in smaller communities. Yukon king... Read more
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Alaska Public
UAF works to reduce rural energy costsis extraordinarily high, putting villages at an economic disadvantage. Last wee
UAF works to reduce rural energy costs
Alaska Public / Posted 3 days ago
is extraordinarily high, putting villages at an economic disadvantage. Last week a federal administrator passed through the University of Alaska Fairbanks to review a project that aims to draw down energy costs in smaller communities. The project... Read more
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The Bristol Bay Times
Graduates look to futurethe future. Education is really important and I want everyone to understand tha
Graduates look to future
The Bristol Bay Times / Posted 5 days ago
the future. Education is really important and I want everyone to understand that," she said. Ticket plans on attending the University of Alaska Fairbanks in the fall where she'll study elementary education. She hopes to earn her teaching degree and... Read more
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The Bristol Bay Times
Scientists study social nature of salmonreturn to the right spot is unknown. But scientists think that some hatchery-ra
Scientists study social nature of salmon
The Bristol Bay Times / Posted 6 days ago
return to the right spot is unknown. But scientists think that some hatchery-raised steelhead in Oregon might hold a clue. University of Alaska Fairbanks School of Fisheries and Ocean Sciences Assistant Professor Peter Westley and colleague Andrew... Read more
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The Bristol Bay Times
Much of the Arctic is lower than it was beforeburied under gravel or otherwise manipulated by people. "These are not disturb
Much of the Arctic is lower than it was before
The Bristol Bay Times / Posted 6 days ago
buried under gravel or otherwise manipulated by people. "These are not disturbed areas," said Anna Liljedahl of the University of Alaska Fairbanks, first author of the paper in Nature Geoscience. "The only thing that can explain it is... Read more
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The Bristol Bay Times
Aleutian animal bones may end up in Canadian trash heapcountry without FWS approval. Knecht said he was unaware of any such requiremen
Aleutian animal bones may end up in Canadian trash heap
The Bristol Bay Times / Posted 6 days ago
country without FWS approval. Knecht said he was unaware of any such requirement. Museum board member Melissa Good of the University of Alaska Fairbanks' Bristol Bay Campus said the bones contain valuable information for studying climate change.... Read more
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Peninsula Clarion
Refuge Notebook: Smarter management of invasive plants with weed-free gravelby the Kenai Peninsula Cooperative Weed Management Area (hint: non-invasive wee
Refuge Notebook: Smarter management of invasive plants with weed-free gravel
Peninsula Clarion / Posted 7 days ago
by the Kenai Peninsula Cooperative Weed Management Area (hint: non-invasive weeds are OK). Janice Chumley, with the University of Alaska Fairbanks Cooperative Extension Service, is one of several trained inspectors who can certify pits and... Read more
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U.S. Department of Energy
5 Facts About the Collegiate Wind Competitionparticipating: Seven schools took part in the 2014 event and five will be comp
5 Facts About the Collegiate Wind Competition
U.S. Department of Energy / Posted 7 days ago
participating: Seven schools took part in the 2014 event and five will be competing for the first time. Students from the University of Alaska Fairbanks -- which is 4,200 miles away from New Orleans -- are traveling the furthest distance. 2. To... Read more
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Juneau Empire
Alaska Science Forum: Big changes on a big Alaska peninsulaoutcomes?” he said. “ Nobody’s steering the ship. Doing nothing is really doing
Alaska Science Forum: Big changes on a big Alaska peninsula
Juneau Empire / Posted 7 days ago
outcomes?” he said. “ Nobody’s steering the ship. Doing nothing is really doing something.” • Since the late 1970s, the University of Alaska Fairbanks’ Geophysical Institute has provided this column free in cooperation with the UAF research... Read more
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Peninsula Clarion
River City grads credit classroom environmenta kid,” he said. “They’re pretty friendly. They’re more of your friend than acq
River City grads credit classroom environment
Peninsula Clarion / Posted 8 days ago
a kid,” he said. “They’re pretty friendly. They’re more of your friend than acquaintance.” Skyler Dreyer will attend the University of Alaska Fairbanks for construction trades technology. “I’ve never really been like a dainty girl,” she... Read more
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Alaska Public
Wednesday, May 18, 2016UAF chancellor will be internal candidate Josh Edge, Alaska Public Media – Anc
Wednesday, May 18, 2016
Alaska Public / Posted 8 days ago
UAF chancellor will be internal candidate Josh Edge, Alaska Public Media – Anchorage The next interim chancellor of the University of Alaska Fairbanks will be either a current or former UAF employee. That’s according to UA President Jim Johnsen.... Read more
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WESH 2 Orlando
Space robot competition held at Kennedy Space CenterMOON. OUTSIDE, CLASSMATES CHEERED. THESE ARE CALLED STUDENTS HAVE ABOUT ENGINEE
Space robot competition held at Kennedy Space Center
WESH 2 Orlando / Posted 8 days ago
MOON. OUTSIDE, CLASSMATES CHEERED. THESE ARE CALLED STUDENTS HAVE ABOUT ENGINEERING AND INNOVATION BLAST. HE IS FROM THE UNIVERSITY OF ALASKA, FAIRBANKS AN YES, HIS MOM AND DAD NAME 10 AFTER THE CHARACTER FROM STAR TREK. >> IT IS SO AWESOME.... Read more
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Peninsula Clarion
Scientific collaboration connects humans, salmon on the KenaiAs summer comes to the Kenai Peninsula, a group of scientists are trying to und
Scientific collaboration connects humans, salmon on the Kenai
Peninsula Clarion / Posted 12 days ago
As summer comes to the Kenai Peninsula, a group of scientists are trying to understand the deeper connections between its communities and its most iconic resource — salmon. Last weekend, two researchers hauled rebar, post pounders and specialized... Read more
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Juneau Empire
Alaska Science Forum: Much of the Arctic is lower than it was beforeburied under gravel or otherwise manipulated by people. “These are not disturb
Alaska Science Forum: Much of the Arctic is lower than it was before
Juneau Empire / Posted 14 days ago
buried under gravel or otherwise manipulated by people. “These are not disturbed areas,” said Anna Liljedahl of the University of Alaska Fairbanks, first author of the paper in Nature Geoscience. “The only thing that can explain it is... Read more
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Juneau Empire
Marine skeletons unveiledThunder Mountain science teacher Kristen Wells, right, University of Alaska Fai
Marine skeletons unveiled
Juneau Empire / Posted 14 days ago
Thunder Mountain science teacher Kristen Wells, right, University of Alaska Fairbanks Professor Dr. Shannon Atkinson, center, and doctoral UAF student Courtney Pegus present the finished skeletons of a beluga whale, top left, and walrus at TMHS on... Read more
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Alaska Public
Tlingit leader remembered for land claims roleHe was a significant player in the campaign for Alaska Native land rights. Tli
Tlingit leader remembered for land claims role
Alaska Public / Posted 14 days ago
He was a significant player in the campaign for Alaska Native land rights. Tlingit leader John Borbridge Jr. speaks at the University of Alaska Fairbanks in 2011. (Photo courtesy of UAF) Borbridge was a teacher and coach in Juneau and Sitka before... Read more
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The Columbian
Shrubs led moose into Arctic— paved the way for moose to expand their range northward too. That’s the find
Shrubs led moose into Arctic
The Columbian / Posted 15 days ago
— paved the way for moose to expand their range northward too. That’s the finding of a recent study by scientists with the University of Alaska Fairbanks and the U.S. Geological Survey. The long-legged ungulates were absent from Alaska’s... Read more
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Juneau Empire
PSP: Researchers warn not to harvest clams near Outer Pointnot to harvest shellfish near Outer Point in Douglas after some butter clams we
PSP: Researchers warn not to harvest clams near Outer Point
Juneau Empire / Posted 15 days ago
not to harvest shellfish near Outer Point in Douglas after some butter clams were found to have elevated levels of toxins. University of Alaska Fairbanks School of Fisheries and Ocean Sciences officials issued a public service announcement with the... Read more
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Alaska Public
Veterans Affairs administrator meets with Alaska vetsattendees expressed doubt any change would come from the event. Some fifty peo
Veterans Affairs administrator meets with Alaska vets
Alaska Public / Posted 15 days ago
attendees expressed doubt any change would come from the event. Some fifty people gathered at the Murie Auditorium on the University of Alaska Fairbanks campus Tuesday. Though a significant fraction of those attending were part of the entourage... Read more
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Alaska Public
Two marine mammal specialists conduct Kodiak’s first whale survey of 2016with two marine mammal specialists who were conducting a whale survey along Kod
Two marine mammal specialists conduct Kodiak’s first whale survey of 2016
Alaska Public / Posted 17 days ago
with two marine mammal specialists who were conducting a whale survey along Kodiak’s east side. Bree Witteveen with the University of Alaska Fairbanks said they were retracing a flight they did in June 2015 as a response to the die-offs. A dead... Read more
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Sportsnet.ca
How Colton Parayko became the Blues' best kept secretST. LOUIS — “It’s OK. I won’t tell anyone.” Marshall Davidson was your typical
How Colton Parayko became the Blues' best kept secret
Sportsnet.ca / Posted 18 days ago
ST. LOUIS — “It’s OK. I won’t tell anyone.” Marshall Davidson was your typical bird dog back in September of 2011, standing in a rink in Spruce Grove, Alta. A lifetime hockey man working for his brother John, then the President of Hockey Operations... Read more
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Juneau Empire
Coal seam fires again spark wildfires near Healy, coal minecome to the surface.” The largest wildfire has burned 640 acres, or about 1 sq
Coal seam fires again spark wildfires near Healy, coal mine
Juneau Empire / Posted 19 days ago
come to the surface.” The largest wildfire has burned 640 acres, or about 1 square mile. A 2010 research paper by University of Alaska Fairbanks and Division of Forestry researchers said spontaneous coal combustion is believed to be the... Read more
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Peninsula Clarion
On to the next stopme, so it made me feel really, really great.” Shaginoff-Stuart graduated with
On to the next stop
Peninsula Clarion / Posted 19 days ago
me, so it made me feel really, really great.” Shaginoff-Stuart graduated with a Masters degree in Applied Linguistics from University of Alaska Fairbanks. “I’m going to use what I learned and really put it to practice,” she said. Soldotna... Read more
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Deseret News
Coal seam fires again spark wildfires near Healy, coal minecome to the surface." The largest wildfire has burned 640 acres, or about 1 sq
Coal seam fires again spark wildfires near Healy, coal mine
Deseret News / Posted 20 days ago
come to the surface." The largest wildfire has burned 640 acres, or about 1 square mile. A 2010 research paper by University of Alaska Fairbanks and Division of Forestry researchers said spontaneous coal combustion is believed to be the... Read more
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The Bristol Bay Times
Shaping rock and other life lessons in Manokotakivory dust still settles over the shop room, and it's tools a day after Twilly
Shaping rock and other life lessons in Manokotak
The Bristol Bay Times / Posted 21 days ago
ivory dust still settles over the shop room, and it's tools a day after Twilly Gosuk shared his master carving skills in a University of Alaska Fairbanks, Bristol Bay Campus local interest class this weekend in Manokotak. Crosses, seals and... Read more
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PhysOrg
Small explosion detected at Cleveland Volcanohave detected a small explosion at the Cleveland Volcano on Thursday night. Th
Small explosion detected at Cleveland Volcano
PhysOrg / Posted 21 days ago
have detected a small explosion at the Cleveland Volcano on Thursday night. The acting coordinating scientist for the University of Alaska Fairbanks Geophysical Institute says Mount Cleveland is one of the most active volcanos and regularly... Read more
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PhysOrg
As shrubs expanded into a warming Arctic, moose followed- paved the way for moose to expand their range northward too. That's the find
As shrubs expanded into a warming Arctic, moose followed
PhysOrg / Posted 21 days ago
- paved the way for moose to expand their range northward too. That's the finding of a recent study by scientists with the University of Alaska Fairbanks and the U.S. Geological Survey. The long-legged ungulates were absent from Alaska's... Read more
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Juneau Empire
Alaska company seeks ruling that permafrost can't be wetlandof Alaska soils, though in nearly half the state the frozen ground is discontin
Alaska company seeks ruling that permafrost can't be wetland
Juneau Empire / Posted 21 days ago
of Alaska soils, though in nearly half the state the frozen ground is discontinuous, sporadic or isolated, according to the University of Alaska Fairbanks. The pipe fabrication company outgrew a site leased from the Alaska Railroad and bought a... Read more
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Juneau Empire
Alaska Science Forum: Yukon River breaking up with a whimperit was the earliest breakup on record for Circle. The average breakup date ther
Alaska Science Forum: Yukon River breaking up with a whimper
Juneau Empire / Posted 21 days ago
it was the earliest breakup on record for Circle. The average breakup date there is May 10. • Since the late 1970s, the University of Alaska Fairbanks’ Geophysical Institute has provided this column free in cooperation with the UAF research... Read more
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Brandon Sun
Rookie Blues defenceman forges unlikely path, from unranked to big-time NHL roleSt. Louis Blues' Colton Parayko kicks a puck out of the net after Chicago Black
Rookie Blues defenceman forges unlikely path, from unranked to big-time NHL role
Brandon Sun / Posted 24 days ago
St. Louis Blues' Colton Parayko kicks a puck out of the net after Chicago Blackhawks' Artemi Panarin, of Russia, scored an empty-net goal during the third period in Game 2 of an NHL hockey first-round Stanley Cup playoff series Friday, April 15,... Read more
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Aljazeera
Tracing ancient Europe-America migration in languagetheory is right, it "will be major news in historical linguistics and in scienc
Tracing ancient Europe-America migration in language
Aljazeera / Posted 24 days ago
theory is right, it "will be major news in historical linguistics and in science in general", linguist John Kari of the University of Alaska Fairbanks said addressing a 2008 conference on Na-Dene and Yeniseic languages that scrutinised and... Read more
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Boston Globe
Fluto Shinzawa: Breaking down the big upside of Bruins prospect Brandon CarloBrandon Carlo is 19 years old. The right-shot defenseman has eight games of pro
Fluto Shinzawa: Breaking down the big upside of Bruins prospect Brandon Carlo
Boston Globe / Posted 26 days ago
Brandon Carlo is 19 years old. The right-shot defenseman has eight games of pro experience, including one AHL playoff appearance. Carlo, one of the Bruins’ three second-round picks in 2015, is a moldable piece of clay, years away from his firing in... Read more
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The Bristol Bay Times
Carpeting the Denali Fault with earthquake sensorsgreatest earthquake producers, the Denali Fault. Allam, assisted during this s
Carpeting the Denali Fault with earthquake sensors
The Bristol Bay Times / Posted 27 days ago
greatest earthquake producers, the Denali Fault. Allam, assisted during this season of bear emergence by shotgun-toting University of Alaska Fairbanks student Nick Lock, will install dozens more seismometers in a dense grid straddling the fault.... Read more
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The Bristol Bay Times
Journalist's participation in freeing Fairbanks Four serves as inspirationthe state never claimed any error in the way the case was tried. For Fairbanks
Journalist's participation in freeing Fairbanks Four serves as inspiration
The Bristol Bay Times / Posted 27 days ago
the state never claimed any error in the way the case was tried. For Fairbanks journalist and journalism professor at the University of Alaska Fairbanks Brian O'Donoghue, the day the men were released from prison was filled with mixed emotions.... Read more
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Juneau Empire
Alaska Science Forum: Calling frogs signal change of the seasonMark Spangler hears the chuckles of the animal he is studying. Male wood frogs
Alaska Science Forum: Calling frogs signal change of the season
Juneau Empire / Posted 28 days ago
Mark Spangler hears the chuckles of the animal he is studying. Male wood frogs in a one-acre pond on the campus of the University of Alaska Fairbanks are singing a song of spring. The mating calls of several frogs ring off the eardrum. It’s a... Read more
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PhysOrg
Hunting wolves near Denali, Yellowstone cuts wolf sightings in halfwildlife biologist who completed this research while earning her doctorate from
Hunting wolves near Denali, Yellowstone cuts wolf sightings in half
PhysOrg / Posted 29 days ago
wildlife biologist who completed this research while earning her doctorate from the Institute of Arctic Biology at the University of Alaska Fairbanks. The researchers looked at the dynamics between hunting and viewing wolves at these two... Read more
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KTUU Anchorage
Anchorage School District gets close to choosing new superintendentParamo, current superintendent of the Mat-Su Borough School District, and Dr. S
Anchorage School District gets close to choosing new superintendent
KTUU Anchorage / Posted 29 days ago
Paramo, current superintendent of the Mat-Su Borough School District, and Dr. Steve Atwater, current interim dean at the University of Alaska Fairbanks' School of Education and former superintendent of the Kenai Peninsula Borough School... Read more
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Vail Daily
‘Then and Now’ uses repeat photography to tell the story of climate change in Alaska$5 suggested donation, and the exhibit is open to all ages. Created by Ken Tap
‘Then and Now’ uses repeat photography to tell the story of climate change in Alaska
Vail Daily / Posted 30 days ago
$5 suggested donation, and the exhibit is open to all ages. Created by Ken Tape, of the Institute of Arctic Biology at the University of Alaska Fairbanks, “Then & Now” is a visually striking exhibit that uses the process of repeat photography —... Read more
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Juneau Empire
How UAS handles sexual assault complaints on campus is changingshowed the film, which was released in 2015, earlier this month to coincide wit
How UAS handles sexual assault complaints on campus is changing
Juneau Empire / Posted 30 days ago
showed the film, which was released in 2015, earlier this month to coincide with Sexual Assault Awareness month. The University of Alaska Fairbanks also showed the film on campus for the first time about six months ago, but for a different... Read more
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TSN
Fabbri, Parayko help Blues defeat playoff demonsTSN Senior Hockey Reporter ST. LOUIS - When the St. Louis Blues first collapse
Fabbri, Parayko help Blues defeat playoff demons
TSN / Posted a month ago
TSN Senior Hockey Reporter ST. LOUIS - When the St. Louis Blues first collapsed in the opening round of the playoffs three years ago, Robby Fabbri and Colton Parayko were barely a twinkle in the eye of general manager Doug Armstrong. Fabbri was a... Read more
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TSN
Rookies Fabbri, Parayko help Blues defeat playoff demonsTSN Senior Hockey Reporter ST. LOUIS - When the St. Louis Blues first collapse
Rookies Fabbri, Parayko help Blues defeat playoff demons
TSN / Posted a month ago
TSN Senior Hockey Reporter ST. LOUIS - When the St. Louis Blues first collapsed in the opening round of the playoffs three years ago, Robby Fabbri and Colton Parayko were barely a twinkle in the eye of general manager Doug Armstrong. Fabbri was a... Read more
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