New ASNA housing on track to open in spring

Jan 13th 5:30 pm By Shady Grove Oliver, The Arctic Sounder

Eight duplexes are going up near hospital in Utqiaġvik


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New ASNA housing on track to open in spring

January 13th 4:30 pm

Eight duplexes are going up near hospital in Utqiaġvik

Ivalu Gala to be held in February

January 13th 5:35 pm

The Arctic Education Foundation will be holding its third annual major fundraising event in Anchorage next month. The Ivalu Gala is scheduled for Feb. 3 at the Hotel Captain Cook downtown. According to a release from the foundation, this year's event [...]

White House releases tribal nations progress report

January 13th 6:13 pm

Obama administration's decisions have been lauded and critiqued by Native communities

Legislation seeks to open ANWR, rein in monument designations

January 13th 5:37 pm

Gov. Bill Walker last week voiced his support for a pair of bills put forward by the members of the Republican Congressional delegation. The first, called the Improved National Monument Designation Process Act, was introduced by Sen. Lisa Murkowski on Jan. 5.

State looking for water quality projects

January 13th 5:33 pm

The State of Alaska is soliciting applications for projects that address water quality. The Alaska Clean Water Actions grant program is focused on projects that address certain pollutants and waters of top concern. The pollutants are turbidity, sediment, [...]

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