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- Kotzebue elder honored during hangar dedicationCeremony recognizes Maj. Gen. John Schaeffer Jr.'s lifetime of service
- Update: House District 40 primary election coverageUPDATE, Aug. 17, 2016, 9:30 a.m.:
- Barrow moves ahead with language proposalsIn a step to further incorporate the Inupiaq language in everyday life around town, the Barrow City Council last week voted to move ahead with two proposals involving stop signs and the city name.
- Kotzebue Job Center closing amid spending cutsJob seekers in Kotzebue are losing a resource this week with the closure of the Kotzebue Job Center. It will shut its doors for good on Friday, Aug. 16.
- Alaska one step closer to expanding Indian CountryThe administration of Gov. Bill Walker will begin looking into options and potential ramifications of the federal government taking lands into trust in Alaska, following the announcement Monday morning by state Attorney General Jahna Lindemuth that the state will not pursue any further action in its main court case on the issue.