Alexander Graham Bell was a Scottish scientist and inventor, born on the 3rd of March 1847, most renowned for his ground-breaking creation of the telephone. Bell’s spirit is behind Gavin and Wyatt as they retrieve the telephone on the canine switchboard while John reclaims phone tunes acting as studio music DJ on the radio. You are invited to answer the call and dial-in the receiver to Crosscurrents, 3/3 at 8 a.m.
- Indian Country status in Alaska would afford the same protections as reservation lands in the Lower 48.
- To many, ivory means dead elephants wasting away in the sun. "What they don’t see is walrus ivory, legal harvest, food on the table, economic benefit to rural Alaskans,” says biologist Gay Sheffield.
- “We don’t want to move quickly at all costs,” said Alaska BP regional manager David VanTuyl. “We don’t want to rush into the largest energy project in North America that only ends up losing lots of money for all of us.”
- Sealaska’s newest board member will continue to push for election and management changes. At least one long-time board member says she's willing to listen.