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.
Repairs have delayed the Tustumena ferry until August; the U.S. Navy is searching Unalaska waters for WWII-era explosives; and Governor Walker is encouraging lawmakers to compromise on the budget before their stalemate results in a government shutdown.
Survivors of the Unangan internment shared their stories this weekend; President Trump has announced he’s pulling the U.S. out of the Paris climate agreement; and Secretary of State Rex Tillerson has committed to staying in the Arctic Council.
Teacher Mandy Andersen is leaving Unalaska’s elementary school after eight years; two fishermen have pleaded guilty after violating commercial fishing rules in the Aleutians; and today is the registration deadline for Camp Qungaayux.