Newscasts

Thu Dec 27, 2012


Listen to iFriendly audio.
Longliners seek support of congressional delegation for electronic monitoring. Silver Bay to open Bristol Bay plant in ’14. Three rescued after lake fishing accident in Ketchikan.

 Subscribe in a reader

Comments

Please read our comment guidelines.

Recent News

SEASWAP: How to stop a whale of a thief

homet2
Linda Behnken, the Executive Director of the Alaska Longline Fisherman's Association was joined by Tori O'Connell, the Research Director of the Sitka Sound Science Center, to provide an update on SEASWAP (The Southeast Alaska Sperm Whale Avoidance Project). As O'Connell explains, the project just secured $311,000 in funding to continue research on a sperm whale avoidance network this fall. The avoidance network will tag whales in the Chatham Strait black cod fishery and give fisherman devices to communicate where the whales are located. Downloadable audio. more

Sitkans face heroin related charges

A Sitka grand jury has indicted three people for tampering with physical evidence related to a police investigation into heroin trafficking. more