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Berett Wilber

News Intern

Berett was born and raised in a fishing family from Sitka, Alaska. Fresh from a stint as a legislative aide in Alaska’s capital, she’s a photographer looking foward to spending the summer listening, recording, and photographing Unalaska. In her non-work time, she likes hiking, foraging, swimming, and yoga. 

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It’s been 75 years since the U.S. government removed the Unangax from their homes in the Aleutian and Pribilof Islands, following a deadly attack by the Japanese.

Hundreds of people gathered in Unalaska last weekend to commemorate the bombing of Dutch Harbor during World War II and hear stories from survivors.

Newscast: 06/07/17

Jun 7, 2017

The U.S. Navy is asking Unalaskans to help locate leftover WWII explosives; seabird biologists are trying to count the number of Aleutian terns in Alaska; and Gov. Walker has told lawmakers opposed to his budget plan to produce their own ideas.