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Addressing Alaskans

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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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@kska

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English

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


Episodes

Last day for Y-K Delta residents to apply for Fansler’s seat

2/16/2018
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Today is the filing deadline for potential candidates who hope to replace Zach Fansler as House District 38's State Representative. Fansler resigned after being accused of domestic violence related to alcohol. Listen now

Duration:00:04:15

Ravn begins flights between Bristol Bay and Anchorage

2/16/2018
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On Valentine’s Day, Ravn Alaska made its first regularly scheduled flight between Dillingham, King Salmon and Anchorage. Bristol Bay residents said they were excited for increased competition among airlines in the region. Listen now

Duration:00:03:37

Alaska News Nightly: Friday, Feb. 16, 2018

2/16/2018
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Last day for Y-K Delta residents to apply for Fansler's seat; Bill would exempt utility companies from pesticide pollution; Alaska Senate passes resolution to combat all-inclusive ivory bans and legislation; Walker has early fundraising edge in Alaska governor's race; Mushers finish off Yukon Quest 2018; Alaska skiers Bjornsen and Randall to compete in four by five kilometer relay; Ravn begins flights between Bristol Bay and Anchorage; AK: Rising populations, threat of disease prompt renewed...

Duration:00:28:58

Alaska Senate passes resolution to combat all-inclusive ivory bans and legislation

2/16/2018
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Senate Joint Resolution 4 passed through the Alaska Senate unanimously today. Listen now

Duration:00:01:01

Bill would exempt utility companies from pesticide pollution

2/16/2018
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U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service biologists discovered “concerning levels” of the pesticide Penta in soils around power poles running through the Kenai National Wildlife Refuge. Listen now

Duration:00:03:11

49 Voices: Yilli Ferati of Anchorage

2/16/2018
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This week we're hearing from Yilli Ferati in Anchorage. Ferati is a bartender at Fiori D'Italia, which his family owns. He claims to have the largest whiskey collection in the state. Listen now

Duration:00:02:06

AK: Rising populations, threat of disease prompt renewed interest in bat research

2/16/2018
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Bats are a pretty low priority for most Alaskan biologists, but that could be changing due to a recent uptick in the creature’s population. Add to that a disease that’s been killing millions of bats in the lower 48, and Alaska might be taking note with the rest of the nation very soon. Listen now

Senate appointee drops out after controversial Facebook comments scrutinized

2/15/2018
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A new possibility to fill the seat emerged. The Republican Party advanced retired Palmer small business owner Vicki Wallner to replace Braund as one of three nominees. Listen now

Duration:00:02:47

Alaska News Nightly: Thursday, Feb. 15, 2018

2/15/2018
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Murkowski, Sullivan split as immigration reform mires in Senate; Senate appointee drops out after controversial Facebook comments scrutinized; Mallott lambasts Juneau’s annexation bid; Air Force completes another round of cold-weather tests on F-35s at Eielson; Juneau Assembly approves 24-hour anchor rule; Unalaskans want to follow other Alaska communities by banning plastic bags; Kenai Borough may ask tax payers to help pay for a new Kachemak Selo school; Meet Utqiaġvik’s Arctic Youth...

Duration:00:28:59

Meet Utqiaġvik’s Arctic Youth Ambassador, Eben Hopson

2/15/2018
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"I feel like me carrying his name is a big deal for me because he did things for our people during his time. And I feel I need to do something for our people during this time," Hopson said about his grandfather. Listen now

Duration:00:02:39

Murkowski, Sullivan split as immigration reform mires in Senate

2/15/2018
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The future of immigration reform was in doubt Thursday, after two proposals failed to win 60 votes in the U.S. Senate. Alaska's U.S. senators split their votes, on both measures. Listen now

Duration:00:03:14

Mallott lambasts Juneau’s annexation bid

2/15/2018
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Lt. Gov. Byron Mallott said Juneau is not behaving like a good neighbor. During a Wednesday speech to the Southeast Conference Mid Session Summit, he lambasted officials for trying to annex parts of nearby Admiralty Island. Listen now

Duration:00:03:38

Alaska News Nightly: Wednesday, Feb. 14, 2018

2/15/2018
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Senate Republicans reject Walker’s Senate pick, Kowalke; Seavey attorney: Report shows musher didn't drug dogs; To get good credit, Alaska’s fishing towns may have to factor in climate change; Unalaska pays thousands to sink already sunk boat; Panel to ensure inclusion, diversity, equity, accessibility for all UAF workers, students; Training accident ends Anchorage snowboarder Mancari's Olympics; Sadie Bjornsen is "knocking on the door" of an Olympic medal; Two lives that came together at...

Duration:00:28:58

To get good credit, Alaska’s fishing towns may have to factor in climate change

2/14/2018
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While the state’s credit rating may be safe as climate changes, fishing communities in Alaska face uncertain economic futures. Listen now

Duration:00:05:58

Seavey attorney: Report shows musher didn’t drug dogs

2/14/2018
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An attorney for four-time Iditarod champion Dallas Seavey released a toxicology report Wednesday that he says proves the musher did not drug his dogs in last year's race. Listen now

Duration:00:03:22

Senate Republicans reject Walker’s Senate pick, Kowalke

2/14/2018
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Soldotna Republican Sen. Peter Micciche said the rejection was based on Walker not following the traditional process. Listen now

Duration:00:01:52

Training accident ends Anchorage snowboarder Mancari’s Olympics

2/14/2018
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The Anchorage snowboarder revealed she ruptured both Achilles tendons. Mancari was set to compete in the women's snowboardcross event on Friday. Listen now

Duration:00:00:44

House bill will need Senate rewrite to fund schools early

2/13/2018
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The bill no longer accomplishes its original primary purpose. Senate President Pete Kelly said he thinks House leaders were “knowingly misleading” in saying that the bill would fund all schools early. Listen now

Duration:00:01:37

Republican senators request local party suggestion to fill vacancy

2/13/2018
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They said in a letter to Walker that it would unfair to either confirm or reject Walker’s appointment of Randall Kowalke to replace Dunleavy. Listen now

Duration:00:01:12

Alaska News Nightly: Tuesday, Feb. 13, 2018

2/13/2018
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Republican senators request local party suggestion to fill vacancy; New EPA head for Alaska talks Pebble, budget cuts and climate change; Ouch! 5 ways Trump's budget could pinch Alaska; House bill will need Senate rewrite to fund schools early; Eighteen months after backing Westlake and Fansler, Democrats look toward future; Allen Moore wins 2018 Yukon Quest; Alaska sprinters don't make the cut in PyeongChang; Ask a Climatologist: Winter weather makes a comeback at the Winter Olympics; A...

Duration:00:29:00

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