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Midday Report June 14, 2023

A ramp leads to a blue door. A sign abovev reads 'Nora Guinn Justice Complex) The Alaska courthouse in Bethel (Anna Rose MacArthur / KYUK)

On today’s Midday Report with host Terry Haines: Bethel’s courthouse is among many GCI customers struggling with little to no service. A severed undersea cable has caused internet and phone outages for Northern and Northwest Alaska. And some Alaska companies have opted for corporate sponsored child care. The Alaska courthouse in Bethel.                  …

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Midday Report June 13, 2023

Shipping containers at the Port of Seattle. Patti Domm | CNBC

On today’s Midday Report with host Terry Haines: The Port of Seattle has shut down its cargo operations due to labor conflicts and it could affect the Alaska. A wildfire near Healy has drawn a big response. And a Fairbanks woman ran 68 miles to celebrate her 68th birthday. Shipping containers at the Port of Seattle.Patti Domm | CNBC

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Midday Report June 12, 2023

The Okeanos Explorer was a U.S. Navy ship before becoming NOAA’s only large vessel dedicated to exploring oceans and making discoveries. (Ellis Berry/KUCB)

On today’s Midday Report with host Terry Haines: There was a magnitude 5 earthquake centered 20 miles south of Circle yesterday. The new Archbishop of the Orthodox Church of Alaska visited Atka recently. And deep sea gas seeps near the Aleutian Islands were discovered last month. The Okeanos Explorer was a U.S. Navy ship before becoming NOAA’s only large vessel …

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Midday Report June 9, 2023

Trollers wait in Ketchikan’s Thomas Basin on Oct. 8, 2022. (Eric Stone/KRBD)

On today’s Midday Report with host Terry Haines: The National Marine Fisheries Service hasn’t ruled out the possibility of opening the summer troll season for king salmon in Southeast Alaska. A 60 foot Polynesian voyaging canoe docked in Haines yesterday afternoon. And there is a new speed record for climbing Denali. Trollers wait in Ketchikan’s Thomas Basin on Oct. 8, …

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Midday Report June 8, 2023

Members of Fairbanks Mobile Crisis Team (left to right) Cassandra Ball, Heather Roberts-Kelley, Mistie Laurence, Jasminne Johnson-Conley, and Troy Jackson. (Anne Hillman/Alaska Public Media)

On today’s Midday Report with host Terry Haines: A park in Midtown Anchorage has become a focal point in the city’s response to homelessness this summer. Pouring rain didn’t stop a special ceremony honoring a one-of-a-kind canoe last week. And Fairbanks has deployed a mobile mental health unit focused on children and families. Members of Fairbanks Mobile Crisis Team (left …

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Alaska Fisheries Report 8 June 2023

Now! The correct show! On this week’s Alaska Fisheries Report with Terry Haines: KDLL’s Jenny Neyman reports on a Cook Inlet clam opener, KRBD’s Raegan Miller says green crabs have arrived, and Evan Erickson of KYUK on Kuskokwim smelt. Bethel residents gathered at the sea wall on May 30, 2023 to mark the return of the smelts. The return of …

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Midday Report June 6, 2023

The Wilderness Discoverer sailing in November 2022 (Photo Courtesy of UnCruise Adventures)

On today’s Midday Report with host Terry Haines: Another Alaska based wildfire crew is headed to Canada. Progress is being made in Fairbanks on what will be Alaska’s first off road vehicle park. And nearly 70 passengers were evacuated from a small cruise ship in Glacier Bay National Park when it caught fire Monday morning. The Wilderness Discoverer sailing in …

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Midday Report June 5, 2023

Sen. Sullivan speaking about military spending in September.

On today’s Midday Report with host Terry Haines: Although smoking rates have gone down in the state, many teenagers are vaping instead. Grubby Junior has been captured in Homer, and he probably has  siblings. And Senator Sullivan voted against the debt ceiling bill, calling for more military spending. Sen. Sullivan speaking about military spending in September.  

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Midday Report June 2, 2023

laska Gov. Mike Dunleavy signs House Bill 62, permanently extending the state’s renewable energy grant fund, on Thursday, May 25, 2023, at the conclusion of the second annual Alaska Sustainable Energy Conference in Anchorage. (

On today’s Midday Report with host Terry Haines: Governor Mike Dunleavy hosted a three-day conference focused on Alaska’s energy future. Further details were have been released about the 2017 killing of Eric Garcia, a prominent Ketchikan surgeon.  And Unalaska’s local tribe is working to stop the spread of a concerning strain of avian flu.  Alaska Gov. Mike Dunleavy signs House …

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Midday Report June 1, 2023

On today’s Midday Report with host Terry Haines: A former advisor to Governor Mike Dunleavy who resigned Tuesday amid an Alaska Public Media investigation says he won’t apologize in a new video posted to social media. And a new drug use and HIV harm reduction center opened its doors last month in the Mat-Su Borough.

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