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  • October 19th, 1951 Oct 19, 2019
  • PenAir Flight into Unalaska Crashes on Landing, One Deceased Oct 18, 2019
    A PenAir flight to Unalaska crashed shortly after landing at that airport just before 6 pm as it left the runway and came to a violent stop at the edge of Captain’s Bay taking the life of one passenger, Alaska State Troopers reported. The aircraft operated by PenAir, a twin-engine Saab 2000, had  39 passengers […]
  • Congressman Don Young Leads Legislation to Strengthen Safety Programs for Alaska’s Fishermen Oct 18, 2019
    Washington, D.C. — This week, Alaska Congressman Don Young and Congressman Jared Golden (D-ME-02) introduced the Funding Instruction for Safety Health, and Security Avoids Fishing Emergencies (FISH SAFE) Act today. The FISH SAFE Act is bipartisan, bicameral legislation that would increase the federal funding available for grants to support fishing safety training and research programs. […]
  • Alaskans Rally for Justice at AFN in Fairbanks Oct 18, 2019
    Image-Photos of rally at Carlson Center AFN convention in Fairbanks by Defend the Sacred AK Larger imagery available for viewing at: Defend the Sacred AK Fairbanks, Alaska – Alaskans rallied Thursday, October 17 in front of the Carlson Center at Alaska Federation of Natives (AFN) convention to voice the urgent need for climate action and […]
  • Three Rollovers, One Fatal, Caused by Icy Sterling Highway Conditions Oct 18, 2019
    Alaska State Troopers revealed at least three accidents, one fatal, that occurred on the Sterling Highway within an hour on Thursday morning as a result of icy highway conditions. The first call came in at 6:55 am on Thursday reporting that a vehicle had rolled over near the intersection of the Sterling Highway and Longmere […]
  • Brian Smith Indicted in Murder of Second Alaska Native Woman Oct 18, 2019
    Brian Smith, age 48, the man charged with the videotaped death of Alaska Native woman, 30-year-old Kathleen Henry, was indicted for the murder of a second Alaska Native woman that occurred a year prior. The indictment was the result of a confession by Smith during the police interview in the death of Henry after his […]
  • October 18th, 1867 Oct 18, 2019
     
  • It’s Alaska Day! Oct 18, 2019
    One hundred and fifty-two years ago, Alaska was formally transferred from Russia to the United States after it was purchased from Russia for the sum of $7.2 million on March 30th, 1867. It took several months for commissioners to arrive in the territory of Alaska to formally transfer ownership. And so, on October 18th, 1867, […]
  • AFN 2019 Quyana Oct 18, 2019
    FAIRBANKS, AK – The Alaska Federation of Natives (AFN) invites you to Quyana Alaska on Thursday, October 17 and Friday, October 18 during 2019 AFN Convention.  Our traditional dances remain the lifeblood of our culture and our communities. They sustain us and connect us with our rich cultural history. Passed from generation to generation, our dances ensure that the many distinct […]
  • Murkowski Introduces Legislation to Address Alaska’s Rural Public Safety Crisis Oct 18, 2019
    WASHINGTON, D.C. – In her continued effort to address the public safety crisis in rural Alaska, U.S Senator Lisa Murkowski (R-AK) introduced the Alaska Tribal Public Safety Empowerment Act, legislation to empower tribes in Alaska to exercise the special domestic violence criminal jurisdiction on a pilot basis. Among domestic violence victims in Alaska, Native women […]


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