Volunteer Matt Lightner stopped by to co-DJ an episode of AM Unalaska with Vic Fisher.
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Joanna “JJ” Hinderberger is the new principal at Unalaska’s elementary school; a group of young Alaskans is suing the state over climate change; and a new federal report has concluded Alaska will feel it first as global temperatures rise.
Dutch Harbor has been recognized as America’s largest fishing port for the 20th year in a row; ocean acidification could threaten some of the state’s most important fisheries; and Alaskans have six weeks to enroll for individual health insurance.
The Anchorage landfill is now owner of 80 tons of highly contested salmon from the F/V Akutan; the International Pacific Halibut Commission is taking a fresh look at the size limit in commercial fisheries; Gov. Walker has announced a series of steps to reduce crime statewide.
The search for Unalaska’s next city manager starts this week; local leaders are growing frustrated that no one is taking responsibility for the derelict F/V Akutan; and President Trump has declared a public health emergency over the opioid crisis.