A lead opened on the river, causing the tripod to move enough to trigger the time.
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Two groups of teens got into a fight at a weekend bonfire, then two of them ended up getting shot.
A crowd of volunteers gathered on the ice of the Tanana River on Sunday, pulling on a long rope to help hoist the iconic black-and-white tripod to a standing position.
Nancy Becker had a story to tell. After a life of travel and off-grid living in Alaska, coupled with running a trapline in the Bush with her e…
When the BBC wanted to film a reality show based out of Lost Lake Boy Scout Camp, the scouts’ development director, CJ Stewart, gave them a to…
Twenty-five community artists gathered at the Nenana Civic Center on Friday to create an iconic scene from their hometown — the Nenana Ice Cla…
Once known as the Queen of the Yukon, the Nenana has since fallen into neglect, with chipping paint and rotting wood as borough leaders grapple with a building maintenance backlog estimated to be in the hundreds of millions, a facility maintenance reserve account with a balance of about $25 million and an electorate that rejected a bond package by 55% two years ago.
The $1 million for the conversion program would come from money from a court settlement that was set aside years ago as a line of credit for the IGU. The assembly will be asked to revoke that line of credit under Ordinance 2019-20-1I. The measure states that the IGU board holds that the line of credit is no longer needed.
“Howard talked and listened to the owls and the porcupines. He watched the wind, the river and the weather,” Coleman said. “He knew where the best spruce poles were for fishwheel. He knew the best birch trees for bending into snowshoes and sleds. He knew where the fish traveled. Howard Luke is a man on his own trail.”