Tag: 2013

Big Wind Storm Predicted to Hit Anchorage During Morning Commute

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The first big wind storm of the season is forecast to hit early Tuesday Morning. With lots of wet weather and the ground still unfrozen, the National Weather Service says Anchorage should be prepared for some downed trees and power outages. Download Audio

2013 Alaska Permanent Fund Dividend Checks Will Be $900

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The 2013 Alaska Permanent Fund Dividend will be $900, according to acting Revenue Commissioner Angela Rodell.

Anchorage School Board Approves Teacher Contract

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The Anchorage School Board unanimously approved a new contract for teachers on Monday night. The district saved money in two ways, by not providing benefits for some part-time teachers and by issuing bonuses that do not count toward benefits for other teachers instead of increasing their salaries.

Anchorage Teachers Get Tiny Raise, Part-Timers Lose Benefits

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Anchorage teachers have a new contract. It gives them a small raise that doesn't keep up with the cost of living and eliminates benefits for part-time educators. Listen Now

Traditional Foods At Risk in Salmon Nation

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This week on Addressing Alaskans, listen to nature writer, Gary Paul Nabhan's keynote address  recorded at the 2013 Alaska Botanical Garden annual spring conference. In his talk entitled, "Traditional Foods at Risk in Salmon Nation: Threatened Wild & Cultivated Plants,"  Nabhan details how we can save at risk plants, underlining the important of diverse food systems. KSKA: Tuesday 4/2 at 2:00 pm and 7:00 pm

Write-in Moe Challenges Hall for Assembly Seat D

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A write-in candidate is challenging Anchorage Assembly Chair Ernie Hall for Seat D, representing West Anchorage, in the upcoming municipal election -- his name is Nick Moe. KSKA's Daysha Eaton has the story. news-20130325-04

AK: Rookie

Thirteen rookies will hit the trail this weekend for the 1000 mile Iditarod Trail Sled Dog Race. They are an international bunch, hailing from Norway, Russia and even Brazil. Eight call Alaska home, including musher Christine Roalofs who keeps 22 dogs in a barn in her backyard in east Anchorage. Roalofs is a pediatric dentist who fell in love with the idea of racing the Iditarod when she moved to Alaska more than a decade ago.

Alaska Forum on the Environment

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This week on Addressing Alaskans, listen to two keynote speeches for this year's Alaska Forum on the Environment conference in Anchorage. In the first half of the show, hear Annie Leonard, author of "The Story of Stuff." Then Dennis McLerran from the Environmental Protection Agency talks about a variety of EPA projects happening right now in Alaska with the latest development in the Bristol Bay assessment. KSKA: Thursday 2/14 at 2:00 pm & 7:00 pm NOTE: Addressing Alaskans moves to Tuesdays (same time) next week 2/19