Selawik invests in bettering community

October 25th 1:37 am

Federal grant will bring resources and support to 'distressed' village

Georgette takes over as refuge manager

October 25th 1:36 am

Selawik position had been vacant for a year before refuge's outreach specialist stepped in

Lukin takes mayor's seat in Kotzebue

October 25th 1:35 am

As city council member, she helped support construction of the city's youth center

Nunamiut students, teachers honored

October 25th 1:33 am

Students, teachers and administrators were honored last week in Anaktuvuk Pass during the monthly North Slope Borough School District board meeting.

Who' done 'it

October 25th 1:33 am

All individuals are innocent until proven guilty.

In Brief

October 25th 1:32 am

AIDEA heads back to the Upper Kobuk

15 Years Ago in the Arctic Sounder

October 25th 1:31 am

130 laid off at Alpine

Opinion: Near-grounding of Simushir shows more safety measures must be implemented

October 25th 1:30 am

Last week, a Russian cargo ship traveling north from Washington State to Russia lost power south of Prince of Whales Island and drifted for two days before a rescue tug was able to reach it.

Opinion: Walker, Mallot would restore statesman leadership

October 25th 1:29 am

I have taken part in many campaigns often walking neighborhoods talking with Mat-Su voters about candidates and the issues of Alaska.

Opinion: Parnell has appointed Alaska Natives as top advisors

October 25th 1:28 am

Governor deserves credit for appointing the most qualified person to cabinet positions

Opinion: Walker has advocated LNG for 30 years

October 25th 1:27 am

Alaska must work with both leaseholders and buyers in control of a transparent and competitive process

Keeping the Arctic in check

October 25th 1:25 am

More scientists doesn't always mean better results

Bering Sea crabbers seek ways to entice more hands on deck

October 25th 1:25 am

Long-term future of the fishery is dependent on bringing young people in

Northern Alaska joins the cryosphere

October 25th 1:24 am

It's mid-October, 118 miles from the Arctic Circle.

Students learn to spin Qiviut in Deering

October 25th 1:23 am

Jeffrey burst into the Deering School classroom where I was making my bed: "Come downstairs, they're making muskox yarn. It's awesome!"

Whalers open with win at home

October 25th 1:22 am

The Barrow High School Whalers kicked off their 2014 season with an impressive outing at the Barrow Scramble over the weekend.

Raiders finish third at Barrow Scramble

October 25th 1:21 am

Gabe Kochuten made sure everyone will remember his name as the 2014 high school wrestling season gets under way.

Eielson has perfect season with 55-51 win in finals

October 25th 1:21 am

Anthony Griffith rushed for 262 yards and three touchdowns on Saturday and led the Eielson Ravens to a 55-51 victory over the Nikiski Bulldogs in the small-school state football championship at the Dimond Alumni Field in Anchorage.

Huskies take second at Petersburg Invitational

October 25th 1:20 am

Heading into the Petersburg Invitational, Kotzebue High School wrestling coach Mark Lane was looking for his team to set the bar for the 2014 wrestling season. The Huskies set the bar high. Real high.

Huskies flex muscle with win at Kotzebue Exhibitions

October 25th 1:18 am

High School wrestling team may have sent shivers through the Class 1-2-3A ranks on Saturday while competing in the Kotzebue Exhibitions. Big, big shivers.

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