THEODORE— The 10-pound cub named Theodore was orphaned when a shooter killed his mother at the end of April.  The cub is at the Alaska Zoo and when he is healthy enough, he will head to the Northwest Trek Wildlife Park in Washington state.
An orphaned brown bear cub will spend the rest of its life in captivity following the illegal take of his mother two weeks ago. The small bear was found near the carcass of the sow and is currently in the care of the Alaska Zoo.
CONCERNED—Many women attended a work session with the City administration to declare a need to work with the City and other agencies to address crimes of sex assault and domestic violence in the Nome area. A group took the podium to take turns reading a proposed resolution: (left to right) Lisa Ellanna, Niviaaluk Brandt, LaVerne Ashenfelter (at podium), Tehya Tucker, Panganga Pungowiyi and Darlene Trigg.
At the meeting May 14, Nome Common Council considered a resolution supporting Alaska Native victims of sexual assault and other violent crimes.
Austin Matthias
Two Saint Michaels residents accused of contracting a sex assault on a Saint Michaels man are back to square one in the resolution of their cases.
Graduates wait for the commencement ceremony to begin on Thursday, May 10, 2018 at Old St. Joe's in Nome.
Inside Old St. Joe’s there was standing room only as the 42nd Annual Commencement of the Northwest Campus of the University of Alaska Fairbanks went underway on Thursday, May 10.
THEODORE— The 10-pound cub named Theodore was orphaned when a shooter killed his mother at the end of April.  The cub is at the Alaska Zoo and when he is healthy enough, he will head to the Northwest Trek Wildlife Park in Washington state.
CONCERNED—Many women attended a work session with the City administration to declare a need to work with the City and other agencies to address crimes of sex assault and domestic violence in the Nome area. A group took the podium to take turns reading a proposed resolution: (left to right) Lisa Ellanna, Niviaaluk Brandt, LaVerne Ashenfelter (at podium), Tehya Tucker, Panganga Pungowiyi and Darlene Trigg.
Austin Matthias
Graduates wait for the commencement ceremony to begin on Thursday, May 10, 2018 at Old St. Joe's in Nome.
CONCERNED—Many women attended a work session with the City administration to declare a need to work with the City and other agencies to address crimes of sex assault and domestic violence in the Nome area. A group took the podium to take turns reading a proposed resolution: (left to right) Lisa Ellanna, Niviaaluk Brandt, LaVerne Ashenfelter (at podium), Tehya Tucker, Panganga Pungowiyi and Darlene Trigg.
At the meeting May 14, Nome Common Council considered a resolution supporting Alaska Native victims of sexual assault and other violent crimes. However, the Council postponed a vote and passage in response to a group of women who thanked the City...
THEODORE— The 10-pound cub named Theodore was orphaned when a shooter killed his mother at the end of April.  The cub is at the Alaska Zoo and when he is healthy enough, he will head to the Northwest Trek Wildlife Park in Washington state.
An orphaned brown bear cub will spend the rest of its life in captivity following the illegal take of his mother two weeks ago. The small bear was found near the carcass of the sow and is currently in the care of the Alaska Zoo. Alaska Wildlife...
Austin Matthias
Two Saint Michaels residents accused of contracting a sex assault on a Saint Michaels man are back to square one in the resolution of their cases. Austin Matthias, 24, faces six felony charges — four counts of Sex Assault 1, Penetrating without...
Graduates wait for the commencement ceremony to begin on Thursday, May 10, 2018 at Old St. Joe's in Nome.
Inside Old St. Joe’s there was standing room only as the 42nd Annual Commencement of the Northwest Campus of the University of Alaska Fairbanks went underway on Thursday, May 10. The conferring of degrees, certificates and occupational endorsements...

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Bryant Sonny Pirughtaq Koonooka
Bryant Sonny Pirughtaq Koonooka was born on August 14, 1973 to Job and June Koonooka. Piru grew up going to school and staying close to the land and sea. His family always went camp every summer,...

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