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Addressing Alaskans features local lectures and public events recorded throughout Southcentral, Alaska. Various community organizations host local, national and global experts speaking on topics that matter to Alaskans.

Addressing Alaskans features local lectures and public events recorded throughout Southcentral, Alaska. Various community organizations host local, national and global experts speaking on topics that matter to Alaskans.
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Anchorage, AK

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Alaska PR

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Addressing Alaskans features local lectures and public events recorded throughout Southcentral, Alaska. Various community organizations host local, national and global experts speaking on topics that matter to Alaskans.

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English

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Alaska Public Telecommunications, Inc 3877 University Dr Anchorage AK 99508-4676 907-550-8400


Episodes

Alaska News Nightly: Wednesday, April 18, 2018

4/18/2018
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State House and Senate agree on a school funding plan; Murkowski suggests taxing outdoor rec gear to help fund park projects; State announces businesses joining the China Trade Mission; Anchorage officials certify vote-by-mail results; Kodiak jig fishermen explore other markets during poor cod season; Biologists predict early start for Togiak sac roe herring fishery; New charges are filed in case of Petersburg teens hitting deer; Five Juneau residents ordered to pay fines, restitution for...

Duration:00:28:57

Kodiak jig fishermen explore other markets during poor cod season

4/18/2018
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Kodiak processors and fishermen are seeing the effects of the 80 percent cut to cod quota in the Gulf of Alaska. Listen now

Duration:00:03:41

HAARP readies for busiest research season in three years

4/18/2018
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The High Frequency Active Auroral Research Program or “HAARP” facility is gearing up for its busiest season since the University of Alaska Fairbanks acquired the Gakona-area atmospheric experimentation station from the Air Force. Listen now

Duration:00:01:58

An Alaskan abroad wins international reporting Pulitzer

4/18/2018
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Clare Baldwin and two of her colleagues with the Reuters news agency won the Pulitzer Prize for international reporting for their series on a brutal, ongoing drug war in the Philippines. Listen now

Duration:00:03:25

Five Juneau residents ordered to pay fines, restitution for deer poaching

4/18/2018
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Most of the defendants — including the operator of Moore Charters in Auke Bay — have pleaded guilty or no contest to the charges and must pay fines and restitution. Listen now

Duration:00:04:34

New charges are filed in case of Petersburg teens hitting deer

4/18/2018
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New charges have been filed against two Petersburg teenagers accused of hitting deer with their vehicle this winter. Listen now

Duration:00:02:09

Anchorage officials certify vote-by-mail results

4/18/2018
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About 79,295 ballots were cast, pushing turnout to just over 36 percent, a high figure relative to Anchorage’s normal local election returns. The vote certification upholds preliminary results. Listen now

Duration:00:01:46

Murkowski suggests taxing outdoor rec gear to help fund park projects

4/18/2018
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Senator Lisa Murkowski used a mudslide prone stretch of the Denali National Park Road to point to the need for more funding to address major maintenance at parks. Listen now

Duration:00:01:57

Former ferry Taku headed to the scrapyard

4/17/2018
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The former state ferry Taku sailed passed Singapore Friday on the way to being scrapped. It will go for close to 10 times its purchase price. Listen now

Duration:00:01:40

Chijuk Creek timber sale could prove contentious at Mat-Su Borough Assembly

4/17/2018
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The Chijuk Creek timber sale has a complicated history. At its next meeting, the Matanuska-Susitna Borough Assembly will decide whether to award a five-year contract for logging in the area to Charles Nash. Listen now

Duration:00:03:33

Alaska News Nightly: Tuesday, April 17, 2018

4/17/2018
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At crucial moment, Denali Commission faces leadership gap; Denali climb season underway with rescue, successful summit; National park fees to go up, but at a smaller rate than originally proposed; Sitka Tribe to co-manage interpretation at Sitka National Historical Park; Chijuk Creek timber sale could prove contentious at Mat-Su Borough Assembly; Former ferry Taku headed to the scrapyard; Alaska Native leaders imagine divergent "Arctic futures"; Fairbanks Assembly delays Mary Siah Rec Center...

Duration:00:28:58

National park fees to go up, but at a smaller rate than originally proposed

4/17/2018
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National Park entry fees, including at Alaska’s Denali, are going up, but not as much as earlier proposed. Listen now

Duration:00:01:20

Sitka Tribe to co-manage interpretation at Sitka National Historical Park

4/17/2018
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After a year of negotiations, Sitka Tribe of Alaska will partner with the National Parks Service to begin co-management of historical interpretation at the Sitka National Historical Park — the first compacting agreement of its kind in U.S. history. Listen now

Duration:00:04:32

At crucial moment, Denali Commission faces leadership gap

4/17/2018
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The top job at the federal agency tasked with coordinating help for Alaska villages threatened by climate change will soon be vacant. Listen now

Duration:00:02:50

Independent challenger raising competitive amounts to unseat Don Young

4/16/2018
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Federal campaign finance reports show a well-funded challenger is trying to unseat Congressman Don Young in November. Listen now

Duration:00:01:14

Alaska News Nightly: Monday, April 16, 2018

4/16/2018
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Independent challenger raising competitive amounts to unseat Don Young; Alaska House and Senate pass dueling school funding plans; Capitol rally calls for more funding to support STEAM education in Alaska; ConocoPhillips announces three new oil discoveries on the North Slope; At USACE scoping meetings in Iliamna Lake region, locals express concerns about Pebble; Court hears arguments in suit over borough invocation policy; Bethel fire chief says BIA building could burn for up to two days;...

Duration:00:28:59

John Oliver offers movie memorabilia to Anchorage Blockbuster

4/16/2018
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Alaska may be the Last Frontier, but on Sunday night, Comedian John Oliver highlighted a different kind of status - the last holdout of Blockbuster Video. Listen now

Duration:00:03:59

At USACE scoping meetings in Iliamna Lake region, locals express concerns about Pebble

4/16/2018
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The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers solicited public comment on the proposed Pebble Mine plan at five scoping meetings last week. At the two meetings on the shores of Iliamna Lake, near the Pebble deposit and proposed mine infrastructure, locals turned out to ask the Army Corps to consider possible effects a mine could have on their way of life. Listen now

Duration:00:03:59

ConocoPhillips announces three new oil discoveries on the North Slope

4/16/2018
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Conoco didn’t release many details about the discoveries, including how much oil was found. But in a press release, the company called the results of this winter’s drilling season “promising.” Listen now

Duration:00:01:12

Bethel fire chief says BIA building could burn for up to two days

4/16/2018
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An abandoned Bureau of Indian Affairs school building on the outskirts of Bethel caught fire Sunday morning and could burn for a long time. Listen now

Duration:00:01:52

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