Month: July 2008

Fortress of the Bear welcomes researchers, skeptics

It’s been a year since Fortress of the Bear invited two orphaned bear cubs into the enormous cement tank it has adapted into a wildlife exhibit. Recently, the Alaska Department of Fish and Game utilized the Fortress cubs to help solve a field research dilemma. Reporter Andi McDaniel brings us this report on how the mission—and reputation—of the Fortress is progressing.

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LeDoux: Alaska needs untainted leadership

Kodiak representative Gabrielle LeDoux says Alaska needs untainted leadership in congress.
The two-term republican legislator, and former Kodiak borough mayor, is making a bid for her party’s nomination to the seat currently held by Don Young.

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Subsistence board ruling reaffirms Sitka's rural status

The Federal Subsistence Board has rejected a challenge to Sitka’s subsistence status brought by a statewide sportsman’s advocacy group.
The board on Tuesday (7-29-08) announced that the Alaska Outdoor Council’s “request for reconsideration” of Sitka’s rural determination did not meet the threshold for action on the issue.

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Samuelson: Resources, transportation keys to SE future

Petersburg resident Steven Samuelson is challenging incumbent Peggy Wilson for the republican party nomination to District 2 in the Alaska House of Representatives.
House District 2 represents Sitka, Petersburg, Wrangell, Pelican, and surrounding communities.

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