Volunteer Matt Lightner stopped by to co-DJ an episode of AM Unalaska with Vic Fisher.
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Unalaska has hired a new fire chief after a nine-month search; President Trump has called for an increase in spending on the military and veterans; and a new tsunami survival option has come to the Pacific Northwest.
A search is underway for a ringed seal that came ashore in Unalaska; the City Council is finally set to approve Unalaska’s budget goals; and U.S. Sen. Dan Sullivan didn’t say much about President Trump in his annual address to the Alaska Legislature.
The U.S. Coast Guard has called on its most rigorous investigators after a crabbing vessel went missing in the Bering Sea; Unalaska activists have formed a new group to rally for human rights; and Alaskans are calling on U.S. Senators Dan Sullivan and Lisa Murkowski to hold town hall meetings.
U.S. Sen. Lisa Murkowski says it’s too early to judge the Trump presidency; commercial long line fishermen are waiting to hear when the season will open for halibut and black cod; and it’s been 70 years since the Bureau of Indian Affairs opened Mt. Edgecumbe High School.
The Fishing Company of Alaska has been bought out after more than 30 years in the seafood industry; Unalaska’s Magistrate Judge has been appointed the new Superior Court Judge for Dillingham; and Alaska has one of the largest wage gaps between men and women in the country.