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  1. Hundreds of dying seabirds found in Bering and Chukchi seasRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Aug 9 | APRN

    The National Park Service and U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service have labeled the event a die-off and are coordinating monitoring efforts with local communities. So far, there's no evidence of disease or toxins in the seabirds.


  2. Legislative Council votes against adding Friday hours for legislative information officesRead the original story

    Tuesday Aug 7 | APRN

    Sen. Anna MacKinnon, R-Eagle River, expresses her views on a state operating budget bill in April. MacKinnon voted Monday to close the Unalaska legislative information office, but not to add hours to the other LIOs.


  3. Did a the bloba heat the Bering Sea enough to threaten your fish sticks?Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 26 | APRN

    Workers inspect pollock offloaded at at a processing plant on Unalaska, in the Aleutian Islands. You've probably heard about the blob, the pool of warmer-than-normal water that wreaked havoc on fish and wildlife in the North Pacific.


  4. NTSB: The F/V Destination sank after accumulating ice in heavy freezing sprayRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jul 16 | APRN

    The F/V Destination was bound for St. Paul Island when it sank a few miles northwest of St. George Island. The entire crew - Captain Jeff Hathaway, Larry O'Grady, Charles Glenn Jones, Raymond J. Vincler, Kai Hamik, and Darrik Seibold - was lost.


  5. Unalaskans express overwhelming support for ban on plastic bagsRead the original story w/Photo

    Jul 11, 2018 | APRN

    City Councilors and community members in Unalaska expressed support Tuesday night for an ordinance that would ban single-use plastic bags in Unalaska. As it stands, the proposed ordinance would put the burden on retailers.


  6. Ukrainian seafood buyers want to connect with Unalaskaa s fisheriesRead the original story w/Photo

    Jul 9, 2018 | APRN

    International seafood buyers are scheduled to visit Unalaska this month, but they don't hail from a massive importer like China or Japan. They're coming from Ukraine - a once-modest market for Alaska fish that's slowly reemerging after political upheaval and economic crisis.


  7. 49 Voices: Marin Lee of HomerRead the original story

    Jun 1, 2018 | APRN

    This week we're hearing from Marin Lee in Adak. Lee grew up fishing in Homer and is a deckhand on the research vessel Tiglax.


  8. Three Unalaska residents to be honored for rescuing trapped child on Portage GlacierRead the original story w/Photo

    May 22, 2018 | APRN

    Damian Lopez Plancarte, Mary Heimes and Ronan Gray pulled a child out of a crevasse at Portage Glacier. On April 1, Ronan Gray, Damian Lopez Plancarte and Mary Heimes helped rescue a child from a crevasse on Portage Glacier.


  9. Ask a Climatologist: Anchorage, this gloomy spring is all in your headRead the original story w/Photo

    May 22, 2018 | APRN

    Brettschneider says since April, the weather in Anchorage has been a few degrees warmer than normal and also drier than normal. Brettschneider says there haven't been any really warm days.


  10. American and Japanese descendants unite after 75 years to ensure Attu occupation is rememberedRead the original story w/Photo

    May 21, 2018 | APRN

    Aleutian veterans, Attuan survivors and descendants, and the families of Japanese soldiers gathered to commemorate the 75th Anniversary of the Battle of Attu. But 75 years after one of the deadliest battles fought on north American soil, representatives from all affected parties joined together to ensure this history is never forgotten.


  11. Shayla Shaisnikoff and Karen Abel discuss internment and the military during Aleutian campaignRead the original story w/Photo

    May 16, 2018 | APRN

    Shayla Shaisnikoff hands a microphone to an elder at a storytelling session at the 75th commemoration of the bombing and evacuation of Dutch Harbor. This week, we're sharing stories from the Battle of Attu and the greater Aleutian campaign of World War II.


  12. Paul Schaughency And Martin Aure reflect on evacuating AttuRead the original story w/Photo

    May 15, 2018 | APRN

    Paul Schaughency and Martin Aure spoke at the 75th commemoration of the bombing and evacuation of Dutch Harbor. This week, we're sharing stories from the Battle of Attu and the greater Aleutian campaign of World War II.


  13. Lt. Colonel Bob Brocklehurst and Tara Bourdukofsky reflect on the Battle of AttuRead the original story w/Photo

    May 14, 2018 | APRN

    Retired Lt. Colonel Bob Brocklehurst and Tara Bourdukofsky spoke at the 75th commemoration of the bombing and evacuation of Dutch Harbor.


  14. What should Alaska do about climate change? Now's your chance to weigh in.Read the original story w/Photo

    May 9, 2018 | APRN

    DEC Commissioner Larry Hartig speaks to other members of the Walker Administration's Climate Action Leadership team on the University of Alaska Fairbanks Campus, April 12, 2018. The Walker Administration is asking for public input as it develops a sweeping new climate policy for the state.


  15. Ask a Climatologist: Traditional knowledge is critical to climate researchRead the original story w/Photo

    May 8, 2018 | APRN

    Pacific walrus resting on sea ice. Traditional knowledge and community observations are used to inform the Sea Ice for Walrus Outlook.


  16. Can courts force action on climate change? Sixteen young Alaskans hope so.Read the original story

    Apr 30, 2018 | APRN

    The young plaintiffs in Sinnok v State of Alaska gathered with their attorneys and supporters outside the Nesbett Courthouse in downtown Anchorage after oral arguments Monday, April 30. The state is asking the court to dismiss their lawsuit. An Anchorage judge heard arguments Monday on whether a lawsuit brought by sixteen young Alaskans suing the state over climate change should advance.


  17. Kashega elder Eva Tcheripanoff dies at age 90Read the original story w/Photo

    Apr 23, 2018 | APRN

    Tcheripanoff grew up in the small Unangan community on Unalaska Island and spent the 1930s hunting foxes, eating dry fish and playing with homemade stone dolls. That all changed during World War II, when Kashega was evacuated and never resettled.


  18. Making a better "hot dog of the sea"Read the original story w/Photo

    Apr 23, 2018 | APRN

    A pallet of raw surimi at UniSea's plant in Unalaska. UniSea planned to export about 500 tons of raw surimi to Russia this season.


  19. Draft Walker climate policy urges Alaska to transition away from fossil fuelsRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 12, 2018 | APRN

    Some visitors to the Mendenhall Glacier on Feb. 17, 2018 stay on the trail over the lake ice, but others venture dangerously close to the glacier's face with thin ice, open water, and constantly calving bergs. The state of Alaska should reduce its use of fossil fuels, increase investment in renewable energy and plan for a global transition away from oil and gas.


  20. Newtok to Congress: thank you for saving our villageRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 27, 2018 | APRN

    Excited Newtok children sprint down temporary roads in Mertarvik, the site where the village hopes to relocate. On the day President Trump signed a massive spending bill in Washington, D.C., Paul Charles and George Carl of Newtok sat down in a hotel conference room in midtown Anchorage to take stock of an event they still couldn't quite believe was real.


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