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Alaska ranked third in U.S. for illicit drug use

May 22nd 3:02 pm

Surprisingly, tobacco and drug use don't appear to go hand in hand, substance abuse study finds

Kotzebue Grille finds home at FEC

May 22nd 3:01 pm

City moves location back to old bowling alley after plans with local restaurant fall through

Technical school grads find world of possibilities

May 22nd 3:01 pm

81 graduate from Alaska Technical Center in Kotzebue

Students create ice rink in Anaktuvuk Pass

May 22nd 2:59 pm

Every Thursday, fire chief Gordon sprays the area with water to keep rink ice thick

Paannaq Program recognized

May 22nd 2:58 pm

Communitas Award given for community service and corporate social responsibility

Opinion: Alaska Technical Center offers thanks for support

May 22nd 2:57 pm

I 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' campaign

May 22nd 2:56 pm

Shungnak'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 attack

May 22nd 2:56 pm

A 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 Brief

May 22nd 2:55 pm

TruGame camp set for June 15-21 at UAA

15 Years Ago in the Arctic Sounder

May 22nd 2:54 pm

District gets new superintendent

Free at last

May 22nd 2:52 pm

A snowy owl was released back into the wild in Barrow on Friday after receiving rehabilitative treatment in Anchorage.

Opinion: Kayaktivists need to suggest solutions to oil-dependent reality

May 22nd 2:41 pm

Last weekend, a flotilla of colorful kayaks provided a photo op for media as a few hundred protesters opposed to Royal Dutch Shell's plans to drill in the Arctic surrounded one of the drill rigs located in Elliott Bay.

Alaskans speak out on halibut bycatch

May 22nd 2:35 pm

Nowhere in the world do people have as much opportunity to speak their minds to fish policy makers as they do in Alaska. As decision day approaches, a groundswell of Alaska voices is demanding that fishery overseers say bye-bye to halibut bycatch in the [...]

Native activist Edwardsen, 71, dies

May 15th 12:13 pm

'Etok' a prominent voice during Alaska Native land claims movement

Nursing association honors Esther Jeffery

May 15th 12:13 pm

North Slope Borough School District nurse recognized for compassion, commitment

Lemonade Day Alaska calls for participants

May 15th 12:12 pm

Lemonade Day Alaska is pleased to announce that registration for Lemonade Day 2015 is now open to youth of all ages. Lemonade Day Alaska will take place on Saturday, June 13, as part of a nation-wide educational program that allows youth of all socio-economic [...]

United Nations OKs new shipping code to protect Arctic waters

May 15th 12:10 pm

New rules set guidelines for ship design, operations, training, search and rescue

Alaska State Troopers Report

May 15th 12:09 pm

As told by the Alaska State Troopers. All individuals are presumed innocent until proven guilty in a court of law.

Five Kotzebue girls place in top three at USA State

May 15th 12:09 pm

Who says Kotzebue doesn't have plenty of Girl Power?

Kotzebue grapplers shine at USA state tournament

May 15th 12:08 pm

Josh Roetman posts perfect record in three tournaments, wins Roman-Greco title

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