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The Alaska State Legislature has been sworn into office with a new House majority; Donald Trump’s pick for the Interior Department weighed in on Alaska land use at his confirmation hearing; and the Raiders boys’ basketball team swept the Nome Nanooks at this week’s competition.
The Museum of the Aleutians has unveiled a new exhibit on the prehistoric fishing tools used by the Unangax; Adak has downgraded a public notice calling for residents to boil their drinking water; and scientists say warming ocean temperatures could slow the growth of some Alaska coral.
The Alaska Board of Fisheries has ruled there won’t be a commercial tanner crab fishery in the Bering Sea this season; researchers are trying to quantify the impact of climate change on subsistence hunting and fishing; and Unalaska’s basketball teams are taking on the Nome Nanooks.
New photos show the dramatic effect of recent volcanic explosions on Bogoslof Island; the Museum of the Aleutians will soon have a new exhibit; and Alaska's senators have introduced legislation to authorize a road between King Cove and Cold Bay.
The Unalaska Department of Public Safety doesn't have enough police officers to cover its workload; Alaska’s seafood remains free of detectable Fukushima-related radiation; and shellfish in Sand Point are still registering toxin levels too high for safe consumption.