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Study Looks At Cleaning Up Oil Spills In Arctic
Annie Feidt, APRN-Anchorage
Shell funded research scientists claim oil clean up in broken ice conditions may be easier.
MMS grants Shell Extension
Libby Casey, APRN-Washington DC
The Obama Administration is giving Shell Oil Company more time to respond to comments on its proposed drilling plans for the Chukchi Sea.
Debating The Route For An Alaska Gasline
Dan Bross, KUAC-Fairbanks
Development of a pipeline to export Alaska’s North Slope natural gas is on track. That was the word from state and federal officials who held a meeting in Fairbanks last night.
Sitka Homeless Lack Services
Ed Ronco, KCAW-Sitka
When people find themselves without shelter, a myriad of problems pop up. And those problems can be magnified when homelessness strikes youth and families.
Historian Looks At Chilkat Religious Conversion
Casey Kelly, KTOO-Juneau
Naturalist John Muir played an unlikely role in converting Chilkat Indians to Christianity during the 19th Century, according to Haines-based writer Dan Henry.
Endangered Sea Lion Population Stable
Anne Hillman, KUCB-Unalaska
The population of the endangered western stock of Stellar Sea Lions seems to be stabilizing overall.
Buser Takes Maggie Treadmill
Lori Townsend, APRN-Anchorage
Maggie the elephant’s famous treadmill has a new home. Big Lake musher Martin Buser acquired the massive piece of equipment, after the elephant left for new digs in California.