Austin offered a message to the enlisted men and women in Alaska: “If you are hurting, there are resources available. I know our leaders here are committed to making those resources even more accessible and available.”
A Iñupiaq new genre rap artist, Allison Warden came back to Fairbanks in September, after living all around the world, from Santa Fe to New York, and from Memphis to Anchorage where she stayed for the past 15 years.
As sea ice retreats in a changing climate, the passage has become an increasingly accessible route, and researchers who will board the Coast Guard Cutter Healy are scheduled to conduct work that will include seafloor mapping and analyzing the ocean fate of meltwater from Greenland’s glaciers.
The state announced its latest plans to gauge the extent of contamination at and around the Gustavus Airport this week. It’s the transportation hub for the small Southeast community and an active contamination site due to the presence of PFAS — toxic “forever chemicals” that are used in fire…