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Last weekend was busy for the athletes of Unalaska!

Starting on a crisp, clear Saturday morning at 10:15am in Kelty Park, the Raiders invited the community out for the Tustumena Invite. It was the final qualifying race before the State Championships on October 1st.

Coach Gibson began the morning by recognizing the accomplishments of the two seniors on the team this year, Taylor Holman and Anthony Lopez.

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With coastlines eroding, temperatures rising, and sea ice retreating, Alaska is feeling the effects of a warming planet. But a new federal report suggests fisheries in the state haven’t experienced many observable impacts of climate change so far.

Newscast: 09/22/16

Sep 22, 2016

Alaska fisheries have escaped the effects of climate change — at least, for now; Governor Bill Walker will soon announce the amount of this year's PFD check; and the Blob is back in the Gulf of Alaska.  

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Unalaska's clinic has adopted a new po​licy for handling after-ho​urs calls for non-emergency care.

Now, when patients call Iliuliuk Family and Health Services (IFHS) after closing time, they're directed to a phone tria​ge service based in Pennsylvania, which connects them to the clin​ic's on-call provider.

The new service is taking the place of dispatchers from the Department of Public Safety, who have served as the go-between for the last 20 years.

Newscast: 09/21/16

Sep 21, 2016

The City of Unalaska and the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers are working on a plan to dredge the entrance channel in the Port of Dutch Harbor; Iliuliuk Family and Health Services has adopted a new policy for after-hours calls; and Unalaska's municipal election is just two weeks away,

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