With negotiations over the state’s multi-billion-dollar budget deficit still underway, the Alaska House and Senate met in brief and uneventful floor sessions over the weekend. But legislative leaders say there has been some progress on a compromise between the Republican Majority and Democratic Minority.
As Negotiations Continue, Little Public Action From Legislature; Repair Work To Begin On Dalton Highway; Body Found in Bethel Park Identified; Alaska Native Medical Center Starts Construction Of Patient Housing; Tyonek Tribe Grateful For Land Donation; Eielson Air Force Base Investigates Ground Water Contamination; Scientist Maps Spill Potential For Seabirds; Klukwan Seniors Graduate In Class Of Two.
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