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1:46am

Thu June 29, 2006
Local News

Greenpeace visits Unalaska

Unalaska, AK – Researchers from the international environmental organization Greenpeace will visit the Bering Sea next month to study the health of the area's marine ecosystem. But the trip is also about fence-mending in a region where many locals remember the organization's protests against the Pribilof Islands' fur seal harvest in the late 1970s.

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6:43am

Tue February 14, 2006
Local News

Unalaska Spends Day Assessing Damage After Storm

Unalaska, AK – Monday morning, residents of Unalaska woke up to sustained gale force winds with hurricane force gust and rainfall. The rain, in conjunction with a sharp rise from below freezing temperatures became a disastrous combination.

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4:36am

Mon February 6, 2006
Local News

Cleveland Volcano Releases Ash Plume

Unalaska, AK – Cleveland Volcano, one of the most active volcanoes in the Aleutians, released 22,000 foot ash plume this morning.

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7:37am

Thu January 19, 2006
Local News

Local Processor Won't Buy EAD Tanner

Unalaska, AK – The Alaska Department of Environmental Conservation says that the Makushin/Skan Bay area off Unalaska Island, the site of the Selendang Ayu oil spill, is clean enough to fish from. But one local processor won't buy crab from the area.

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6:48pm

Fri December 9, 2005
Local News

One Year Anniversary of Selendang Ayu Oil Spill Passes

Unalaska, AK – One year ago this week, the Selendang Ayu grounded off the coast of Unalaska Island, causing the largest oil spill since the Exxon Valdez.

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