Month: April 2012

After harvest, Sitka Tribe renews herring concerns

This year’s lower-than-expected herring harvest has renewed calls from the Sitka Tribe of Alaska to change the fishery. The Tribe sees it as validation of a long-held concern. But a state biologist says although this year definitely requires some study, the model used to manage the fishery is still good.

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2 Sitkans sentenced in child abuse case

Superior Court Judge David George sentenced 52-year-old Ernestine Dugaqua to 40 months in jail, with 24 suspended, for third-degree assault. 21-year-old Frank Natkong was also sentenced in the case.

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Events on tap for National Bike Month

Doug Osborne says it’s never too late to start riding your bike. May is National Bike Month, and events are scheduled for children and adults to encourage bike riding in the days ahead.

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Mon Apr 30, 2012

‘Tough choices’ as Assembly weighs budget. New book presents 3,000 Native place names in SE. State Republicans elect new leadership. Juneau gift shop owner sentenced for not paying $192k in sales tax.

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‘Spirit of Reading’ brings authors to students

Dimi Macheras is the illustrator of the graphic novel “Strong Man,” by Ishmael Hope. He and Ginny Blackson tell KCAW about the book, and a the Alaska Spirit of Reading program, which connects authors with students around Alaska.

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