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'Scalp Out Cancer' Is Now 'Shave'
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Native Youth Restore River Habitat
NTU Culinary Students Pass Certification
Arce First Indian Country Legal Fellow
2014 in Arts and Entertainment, Part I
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2014’s Not to Be Forgotten Stories
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The Trail of the Turtle
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Alaska’s First Native Governor? Meet Byron Mallott
UPDATED: Third Paragraph now reflects that Mallott would be second Native U.S. Governor...
Company That Designed Burst BC Tailings Pond Was Hired by Pebble Mine in Bristol Bay
The Polley Mine tailings-pond disaster unfolding in British Columbia is being watched closely by those opposing the Pebble Mine proposal in neighboring Alaska’s Bristol Bay region...
Fleener Running for Alaska Lt. Gov. – ‘One of the Most Boring Jobs’
Political blogger Amanda Coyne, founder of the Alaska Dispatch, referred to the Alaska lieutenant governor’s office as “one of the most boring jobs in state government and not that...
Three Alaska Students Receive Gates Millennium Scholarships
Chosen from more than 52,000 applicants, three Alaska high school students have been awarded with prestigious Gates Millennium Scholarship, which provides an all-expense paid under...
The Toilet Paper Defense: The Story of William Paul and Charlie Jones
William L. Paul Sr., the pioneering Tlingit civil rights leader, was born on May 7, 1885. His landmark legal assault on the U.S...
Accidents Are Leading Cause of Death Among Alaska Natives
Life Expectancy of Alaska Natives Is 70, Seven Years Shorter Than State's Average Alaska's senior population, while comparatively small, is increasing rapidly...
Native History: Earthquake Devastates Native Village of Chenega
This Date in Native History: On March 27, 1964, the strongest earthquake in American history, measuring 9.2 on the Richter scale, shook southern Alaska, killing an initial 15 peopl...
Native Alaskans Laud Environmental Protection Agency's Nixing of Pebble Mine in Bristol Bay
360 Scientists Urge Environmental Protection Agency to Quash Bristol Bay Pebble Mine
A whopping 360 scientists from Canada, Poland, Australia, the contiguous United States and elsewhere in the world are pleading with the U.S...
The Last Orphans of Holy Cross
Mary Annette Pember
The memories are coming back to her now in bits and pieces...
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