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  • Young, Haaland, and Cole Introduce Legislation to Restore Buffalo on Tribal Lands Nov 19, 2019
    Washington, D.C. – Monday, Congressman Don Young (R-AK), Vice Chair of the Congressional Native American Caucus, along with Caucus Co-Chairs Congresswoman Deb Haaland (D-NM) and Congressman Tom Cole (R-OK) introduced the Indian Buffalo Management Act of 2019. The American buffalo, a North American species of bison, once roamed freely across the United States, and served […]
  • 168th Airmen Head South for the Winter Nov 19, 2019
    EIELSON AIR FORCE BASE, Alaska — Monday 19 Airmen assigned to the 168th Wing, Alaska Air National Guard, ventured out of Alaska’s below freezing temperatures en route to Andersen Air Force Base, Guam, and its 80-degree days. Each year, Airmen from the 168th Wing deploy to Guam in support of the U.S. Indo-Pacific Command’s Theater […]
  • Ahtna Subsidiary Acquires Leading Dredging and Civil Construction Firm Nov 19, 2019
    Anchorage, Alaska – Ahtna Marine & Construction Company, LLC (AMCC), an Ahtna, Inc. company, has finalized acquisition of Cavache, Inc. a Florida-based dredging and civil construction firm. Cavache has been in operation for over 15 years and it’s 20 employees and vessel and marine equipment assets will be transitioned under AMCC. “Cavache has an excellent […]
  • Dirty Glaciers all over the World Nov 19, 2019
    When my boss, Sue Mitchell, was in Tibet recently, she asked a local guide if the glaciers there were shrinking. The guide told her no, the glaciers were fine. When she returned to Alaska, Mitchell asked the same question of glaciologist Martin Truffer, who also works at UAF’s Geophysical Institute. He said no, Himalaya glaciers […]
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  • Angered Palmer Man Arrested after Firing Pistol in Road Rage Incident Nov 19, 2019
    A driver traveling near the Palmer High School reported to troopers that he and his son had been shot at while driving in their vehicle late Sunday afternoon. Other witnesses verified the incident and provided vehicle and suspect descriptions. Palmer police, along with state and wildlife troopers responded to the scene to attempt to locate […]
  • One Dies in Fatal Parks Highway Head-On Collision Nov 19, 2019
    Alaska State Troopers revealed a fatal accident that occurred on Parks Highway at approximately 8 pm on Sunday night in adverse weather conditions. According to their report, the driver of a sedan was pronounced dead on the scene following a collision with a tractor-trailer at mile 95 of the highway. The investigation found that the […]
  • Sunday Kidnapping Suspect Turns Self in Monday Afternoon Nov 19, 2019
    Image: Surveillance footage captured Serradell as she was flagging down the victim on Dimond. Image-APD APD reports that the kidnapping suspect, Nellie Serradell, was taken into custody by police just before 4 pm on Monday afternoon, after she gave herself up, but was diverted to a local hospital after experiencing medical issues. Serradell was taken […]
  • Tribal Police Catch Kipnuk Post Office Burglar During Break-In Nov 19, 2019
    Alaska State Troopers said that they were informed of the arrest of a burglar taken into custody during a burglary at the Kipnuk Post Office by tribal police in that community at approximately 2;30 am on Monday morning. Tribal officers report that they were on patrol in Kipnuk when they observed lights coming from the […]
  • UPDATE: APD Seeks Suspect in Sunday Kidnapping Case Nov 18, 2019
      UPDATE: On Monday morning investigators with APD have changed Nellie Serradell’s status. She has been determined to be a suspect in the case. ORIGINAL: Anchorage police investigators opened a case of kidnapping where it is believed an adult female was kidnapped by an adult female at Dimond Boulevard and C Street at approximately 7 […]

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