Audrey Carlsen, KUCB - Unalaska
Ferry service to southwest Alaska has been up in the air all summer, as workers scramble to fix the M/V Tustumena. A substitute ferry is scheduled to pick up some of the slack later this fall, but it won’t be able to get a medical device to Unalaska that women have been expecting all year. Download Audio
Tuesday was Linda Snow’s last day as city manager of St. Paul. Snow announced two months ago that she would be ending her 28-year career in Alaska to move closer to family in the Lower 48. She’s worked as a city manager throughout the state and has been in St. Paul for almost eight years. She plans to leave Alaska in early September.
Fishermen and scientists have known for years about the extremely strong ocean currents that rush past the Aleutian town of False Pass. A recent study shows it might be viable as a power source for the town, but there's still plenty of work to be done. Download Audio
Two years ago, historian Pennelope Goforth discovered six ledgers from the Alaska Commercial Company gathering dust in a friend’s basement. Now, she’s using the "Lost Ledgers" to bring a distant chapter of Aleutian history to life. Download Audio