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Midday Report November 13, 2023

Cheif Ignatious Andrew speaks to Senator Murkowski in Bethel on Friday

On today’s Midday Report with host Terry Haines: About a hundred people gathered in Bethel on Friday for a federal hearing on the impact of the loss of salmon in the region.  A group of Native American women to weigh on how they’ve used their law degrees to help their people. And one person died in a fire at an …

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City of Kodiak staff respond to breach in water main downtown

Updated November 13, 2023 City of Kodiak fixed the breach in the water main downtown and the boil water notice has been lifted, according to a representative for the health department of the Alaska Department of Environmental Conservation. The breach was initially found on Friday and staff worked through the weekend to ensure water quality returned as soon as possible. …

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Alaska Fisheries Report 09 November 2023

Photo by Kate Ruck Pink salmon spawn in Gilmour Creek near where it enters Prince William Sound, Alaska, as a field technician works to collect carcasses of dead fish.

This week on the Alaska Fisheries Report with Terry Haines: CoastAlaska’s Angela Denning reports on the power of pink salmon, the Alaska Beacon shines a light on an average red run forecasted for next year in Bristol Bay, and Riley Board tells the tale of east side setnet closures in Upper Cook Inlet, courtesy of KDLL. Photo by Kate RuckPink …

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Midday Report November 09, 2023

n Alaska Department of Fish and Game wildlife biologist came upon this Alexander Archipelago wolf on Prince of Wales Island in the summer of 2018. (Kris Larson/ADF&G)

On today’s Midday Report with host Terry Haines:  A record number of cruise ship passengers visited Juneau this year, resulting in a record number of complaints from locals. Residents of Prince of Wales Island are questioning the shortened wolf trapping season. And students and staff at Bethel Regional High School gathered to honor the region’s veterans. An Alaska Department of …

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Midday Report November 08, 2023

On today’s Midday Report with host Terry Haines: An Anchorage jury convicted a man Monday of murdering three people in a 2017 shooting at a Spenard gold business. At a recent fundraiser, the ACLU again called attention to the high death rate in Alaska prisons. And Ketchikan said goodbye this weekend to a beloved building. Military members and friends gather …

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