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Clinic Requests $700,000 In Emergency Funding From City Of Unalaska

Facing dismal finances, Unalaska’s clinic is asking the city for $700,000 in emergency funding. James Kaech -- executive director of Iliuliuk Family and Health Services -- made the request at last week’s meeting of the Unalaska City Council. “We’re nonprofit," Kaech told the council. "We don’t want to make any money, but we need enough to keep the clinic going.” He said the clinic has suffered annual budget shortfalls for most of the last decade. While phased-out grants are partially...

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Raiders Volleyball Team Serves Up A Win Against Cordova Wolverines

The UCS Raiders volleyball team played the visiting Cordova Wolverines on Friday evening starting at 6pm. The energy was high amongst fans and players alike as the girls swept all three games. Coach Amber Hanson was pleased with their performance. “I am so proud of how the Raiders played this weekend! They were calm, composed and worked as a cohesive unit,” Hanson said. “The girls brought their competitive spirits and fought hard for our first win. We are excited to see how much we can grow...

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Nearly a month after Hurricane Maria swept through Puerto Rico, almost 80 percent of the territory is still without power. While nobody expected a quick restoration of Puerto Rico's badly outdated power grid, officials have estimated that it could take at least six months.

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