With VA problems clear, Sullivan summons officials for solutions; GOP candidate Rand Paul drums up support in Alaska; YWCA races to close the gender pay gap in Alaska; Final Sitka landslide victim recovered; Speaking at Assembly, officials say: 'Thank you, Sitka'; Bethel preschool re-opens after a monumental cleanup effort; Juneau protest looks to give BC mines a classic Alaska 'boot'; Hoonah hyrdo project cuts energy bills for local businesses; Voices From Nome's Dream Theater Download Audio
Scenes from Kivgiq 2015
- It's been a rollercoaster season for salmonFishermen say it will be a stretch for total catch to reach forecasted 221 million fish
- OBITUARY - Homer E. Russell Sr.Homer E. Russell Sr.
- Village's concerns should be considered in federal land management discussionWhen Alaska's U.S. Senators Lisa Murkowski and Dan Sullivan hold a joint hearing in Wasilla on Monday to discuss federal land management practices in Alaska, they will not be hearing from North Slope Natives concerned with protecting important subsistence resources, traditional cultural practices, and the welfare of a tribal community on the edge of planned […]
- For the sake of the Inupiat, Shell should give up drilling in the ArcticInupiaq people, who have inhabited the uppermost one-third of the state of Alaska, known as the Arctic, for millennia, are part of a larger circumpolar indigenous Inuit nation.
- Local leaders take action on climate changeInstead of endlessly debating, Alaska's governments are mobilizing to address issue
- Child vandals remind state that rural schools need drastic improvingAcross the state, children are returning to school this month, shoes laced, lunch boxes in hand. But not in Bethel. There, a group of childhood vandals allegedly managed to inflict an extraordinary amount of damage on the school, tearing through the kindergarten classroom leaving a wake of destruction in their path.
- Independent report on donations delayed two weeksThe law firm assigned to independently investigate payments and donations made to family members of the North Slope Borough mayor reported this week that it needed additional time to investigate the case.
- 15 Years Ago in the Arctic SounderRegional school discussed
- Arctic veterans honored for serviceOf the thousands who served in the Alaska Territorial Guard organized in 1942, only a few remained to be honored by a visit from the leader of Veterans Affairs for the United States.
- Mayor's husband berates NSB assemblyConflict between the North Slope Borough Mayor Charlotte Brower and the borough assembly boiled over last week after a heated conversation between the mayor, assembly members and the mayor's husband regarding tens of thousands of dollars in cakes, Native art and other purchases by the borough from one of the mayor's daughters.