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An official says the ships are operating in international waters and are not viewed as a threat.
The change comes just days after the Obama administration announced its decision to bestow the mountain’s traditional Koyukon Athabascan name on the eve of president’s visit to Alaska this week.
Attorneys for both the state of Alaska and the Ketchikan Gateway Borough are preparing to make their cases on education funding before the Alaska Supreme Court this month.
The proposed system would use a series of heat loops that would absorb energy from sea water moving through gravel 200 feet below the city’s waterfront.
It’s a good bet that President Barack Obama will never use a honey bucket.
Shell in 2008 spent $2.1 billion on Chukchi leases and is attempting to confirm a massive oil field that could provide a 50-year supply of petroleum.
Aside from a lack of routing measures, the Bering Sea’s nautical charts are outdated, presenting serious safety risks to vessels of all kinds.
Sen. L. Scott Frantz’s children are all named for mountains, including his 17-year-old son, McKinley.