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Walrus ivory carvings and masks, like these on display at Maruskiya’s in Nome, may be threatened by other states’ bans on the sale, purchase, and trade of various types of ivory. (Photo by Emily Russell/KNOM)

Alaska State Legislature urges congress to address state ivory bans

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The resolution takes aim at state laws like those in New York, California, Hawaii and Washington. Those states have passed broad anti-ivory laws in an attempt to combat the poaching of African elephants.
The Central Council of Tlingit and Haida Indian Tribes of Alaska will get about half the BIA settlement funds slated for Southeast tribal governments. (Photo by Ed Schoenfeld/CoastAlaska News)

Watch: Central Council holds 83nd annual tribal assembly ~ Day 3

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The Central Council of Tlingit & Haida Indian Tribes of Alaska is holding its annual tribal assembly Wednesday through Friday at the Elizabeth Peratrovich Hall in Juneau.
JDHS Art Club members Riley Stadt, Janessa Goodman, and Kane Ginter roll up the 2018 Alaska Folk Festival backdrop with adviser Heather Ridgway. (Photo by Annie Bartholomew/KTOO)

The story behind the student-made folk festival backdrop

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The students are auctioning off the backdrop to raise money for their trip to Craig to compete in the Region V Art Fest.

Folk Fest headliners harmonize on stage and off

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Pharis Romero says words like "vintage" and "country" and maybe even "old folk" come to mind when describing their sound.

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