Rocky De La Fuente was the only presidential hopeful in the state for the democratic caucus. And he brought his campaign – with its dark horse ambitions – to Sitka.
The man on the left in a widely circulated surveillance image is 24-year-old Najim Laachraoui, according to the Belgian federal prosecutor’s office.
Cooperation across the Bering Strait was strengthened this week when the United States and Russia signed a joint wildlife agreement.
The $35 million project got new life when the Alberta government funded a preliminary study for almost $2 million.
“It’s not a myth like some people might claim. It’s real. It really affects us up here, big time,” said Steve Ginnis of the Fairbanks Native Association.
“Good public policy, including good foreign policy, … must be based on facts on the ground, which is to say it must be based in reality,” said Julia Gourley, the United States’ senior Arctic official on the Arctic Council.
Kocher says he didn’t know much about the refugee crisis until a nonprofit called Remote Area Medical asked him to travel to Greece in November and help investigate the need for medical care. He arrived back in Haines this month and described what he and his team would see every day on the shores of Lesbos.
The one-man play “Wrestling Jerusalem” opens in Juneau this Thursday. Locals brought it to town after talking out a difference of opinion on the Israel-Palestine conflict.
A short film starring Toksook Bay high school student Byron Nicholai will air on ESPN’s SportsCenter next month.
Winners will be selected later this spring, and representatives from winning institutions will travel to Washington, D.C., for a ceremony at the White House in May. Last year, the public library in Craig was among the 10 winners from around the country.