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Alaska Army National Guard Recruits Find Strength in Numbers During Initial Training

Alaska Army National Guard Recruits Find Strength in Numbers During Initial Training

FORT BENNING, Georgia — Ten Alaskans earned their place within the ranks of the Alaska Army National Guard’s 1st Battalion, 297th Infantry Regiment, as infantry Soldiers after graduating from the grueling 15-week Infantry Course at the historical National Infantry Museum here today. The 10 Soldiers completed their training…

Unified Command Ends Response Efforts at Port William Oil Spill Site

Unified Command Ends Response Efforts at Port William Oil Spill Site

KODIAK, Alaska – The Unified Command announced the end of response efforts at the oil spill site at Port William, in Shuyak Strait, 49 miles north of Kodiak, Friday. Responders deployed 3,280 feet of large inflatable ocean boom and 550 feet of fast water boom around the dock facility…

Alaska Legislature Approves Resolution for Development of Critical Arctic Infrastructure

Alaska Legislature Approves Resolution for Development of Critical Arctic Infrastructure

Juneau – Friday, the Alaska Legislature unanimously approved a resolution calling for the federal government to help develop critical infrastructure and emergency response capabilities in the Arctic region, including the development of a deep-water port on the northern coast of Alaska. House Joint Resolution 33 passed the Alaska…

Alaska State Senate Urges Congress to Overturn The FCC’s Repeal of Net Neutrality

Alaska State Senate Urges Congress to Overturn The FCC’s Repeal of Net Neutrality

JUNEAU – Senator Bill Wielechowski (D-Anchorage) introduced and passed a Sense of the Senate Friday supporting net neutrality…

Village Visit with the Northern Lights

Village Visit with the Northern Lights

NUIQSUT — Snow whips through the streets, stinging the skin and piling up in dunes. It is springtime…

Trump Administration Ignores Deepwater Horizon Lessons on Spill Anniversary

Trump Administration Ignores Deepwater Horizon Lessons on Spill Anniversary

NEW ORLEANS— The Trump administration is ignoring advice from the bipartisan commission that investigated the BP Deepwater Horizon…

Delegates Recess Early from Tribal Assembly to Support Language Emergency Resolution

Delegates Recess Early from Tribal Assembly to Support Language Emergency Resolution

Juneau, AK – On the second day of the Central Council of Tlingit & Haida Indian Tribes of Alaska’s…

Unprecedented Wave of Large-Mammal Extinctions Linked to Ancient Humans

Unprecedented Wave of Large-Mammal Extinctions Linked to Ancient Humans

Homo sapiens, Neanderthals and other recent human relatives may have begun hunting large mammal species down to size…

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