The Environmental Protection Agency and Pebble Limited Partnership presented oral arguments Thursday over whether or not the EPA violated federal law, when it opted to restrict mine waste disposal in Bristol Bay. Download Audio:
Two 25-foot Coast Guard response boats arrived in Dutch Harbor this week. The boats will patrol waters off the coast of Dutch Harbor as oil giant Royal Dutch Shell moves forward with plans to explore for oil in the Arctic Ocean. Download Audio:
Nome Superior Court Judge Timothy Dooley is facing a host of allegations from a judicial oversight commission for alleged violations of professional conduct. Download Audio:
The federal Energy Department announced today it will license Liquified Natural Gas exports from Nikiski, even to countries that don't have a free trade agreement with the U.S. The authorization is conditional on winning final approval from the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission. But Sen. Lisa Murkowski says it’s a big boon for the project to bring North Slope natural gas to market. Download Audio:
Scenes from Kivgiq 2015
- Alaska ranked third in U.S. for illicit drug useSurprisingly, tobacco and drug use don't appear to go hand in hand, substance abuse study finds
- Kotzebue Grille finds home at FECCity moves location back to old bowling alley after plans with local restaurant fall through
- Technical school grads find world of possibilities81 graduate from Alaska Technical Center in Kotzebue
- Students create ice rink in Anaktuvuk PassEvery Thursday, fire chief Gordon sprays the area with water to keep rink ice thick
- Paannaq Program recognizedCommunitas Award given for community service and corporate social responsibility
- Alaska Technical Center offers thanks for supportI would like to thank our communities for your support of the Alaska Technical Center's students throughout the years.
- End of school year doesn't slow Shungnak's 'It's a We' campaignShungnak's zest for community togetherness hasn't lost steam, even though students will soon be off for the summer.
- Noorvik man faces 5 felony charges after April attackA Noorvik man made his first court appearances this week on five felony charges stemming from an alleged attack in April in the small community.
- In BriefTruGame camp set for June 15-21 at UAA
- 15 Years Ago in the Arctic SounderDistrict gets new superintendent