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2015/01/31 04:39
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ANSEP tripling enrollment in middle school program Students and staff at a 2013 ANSEP Middle School Academy (Photo courtesy ANSEP) The Alaska Native Science & Engineering Program is tripling...
2015/01/31 04:39
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2015/01/29 00:23
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Wednesday, January 28, 2015 Story last updated at 1/28/2015 - 4:49 pm If creative energy showed up as visible light, the glow emanating from the Juneau Arts & Culture Center Thursday night would...
2015/01/27 16:56
2015/01/27 16:56
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Updated: 01/27/2015 10:24 AM Created: 01/27/2015 10:21 AM WDIO.com FAIRBANKS, Alaska (AP) - Four NASA soundings rockets were launched within a half hour into the northern lights in an effort to...
2015/01/27 05:28
2015/01/27 05:28
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UAF / Todd Paris Scientists launched four NASA sounding rockets from Poker Flat Research Range north of Fairbanks just after midnight on the morning of Jan. 26. Researchers launched the rockets into...
2015/01/26 14:41
2015/01/26 14:41
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... View of Greenland's Ice from KU Scientists using ice-penetrating radar data collected by NASA’s Operation IceBridge and earlier airborne campaigns have built the first-ever comprehensive map of...
2015/01/23 21:27
2015/01/23 21:27
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The demise of Scotch Cap lighthouse In spring of 1946, five men stationed at the Scotch Cap lighthouse had reasons to be happy. World War II was over. They had survived. Their lonely Coast Guard...
2015/01/23 19:40
2015/01/23 19:40
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Nelson Kanuk, seated, and Katherine Dolma, standing, were two of the six young plaintiffs who sued the State of Alaska, demanding it take action on climate change. The pair are pictured here in...
2015/01/22 20:53
2015/01/22 20:53
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Historian Wayne Bodle of Indiana University of Pennsylvania said Valley Forge “was unquestionably as important as it was iconic,” although it might not have been the turning point of the Revolutionary...
2015/01/21 23:21
2015/01/21 23:21
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Wednesday, January 21, 2015 Story last updated at 1/21/2015 - 5:42 pm Food safety training offered Feb. 4 A certified food protection manager training will be offered Feb. 4 in Fairbanks and Palmer...
2015/01/21 23:21
2015/01/21 23:21
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A new animated film produced by the University of Alaska Museum of the North explores the annual migration of bowhead whales across the Bering, Chukchi and Beaufort seas. "Arctic Currents: A Year in...
2015/01/16 20:27
2015/01/16 20:27
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Scientists survey dynamic nature of Alaska tundra As pungent eucalyptus trees soaked up inches of California rain, a few researchers inside San Francisco's Moscone Center spoke of the treeless third...
2015/01/16 20:27
2015/01/16 20:27
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OPINION: AIO continues due diligence in offshore drilling For the second time in three months, I find myself responding to the opinion expressed by the editor of a weekly paper widely distributed...
2015/01/15 04:39
2015/01/15 04:39
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Alaska News Nightly: January 14, 2015 In Underground Rooms, Sullivan’s Senate Office Takes Shape Liz Ruskin, APRN – Washington DC U.S. Sen. Dan Sullivan, like other Republicans in Congress, is on a...
2015/01/14 11:40
2015/01/14 11:40
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The interaction of solar winds and Earth's atmosphere produces northern lights, or auroras, that dance across the night sky and mesmerize the casual observer. However, to scientists this interaction...
2015/01/14 07:45
2015/01/14 07:45
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Seeing was believing for the captain of the Okotoks Oilers during the holidays. Tanner Ockey�s fly down to the picturesque Colorado Springs passed the eye-test and was enough to seal the deal on his...
2015/01/13 04:39
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Pat Pitney Prepares To Address State’s Budget Issues Alaska’s new director of the Office of Management and Budget has a big job ahead of her. Governor Walker announced on Friday that he wants to put...
2015/01/11 06:25
2015/01/11 06:25
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The public is invited to attend an Ambassadors’ Roundtable series “after work” presentation by Rear Admiral David Titley (Ret.) on “The Evolving Understanding of Climate Risk & National Security:...
2015/01/09 22:30
2015/01/09 22:30
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A former Surrey Eagle is on the NCAA’s list of players who will vie for the Hobey Baker Award, given annually to the best college hockey player in the United States. The NCAA’s ‘long list’ of 59...
2015/01/09 04:39
2015/01/09 04:39
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Alaska News Nightly: January 8, 2015 Is SB21 Working? Lori Townsend, APRN – Anchorage & Alexandra Gutierrez, APRN – Juneau Since the Frank Murkowski administration, every Alaska governor has...
2015/01/07 21:20
2015/01/07 21:20
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Alaska's 2014 was remarkably warm. Photo: Supplied The biggest state in America, home to more ocean coastline than all others combined, has just set another record. This one, however, is nothing to...
2015/01/31 04:39
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