Volunteer Matt Lightner stopped by to co-DJ an episode of AM Unalaska with Vic Fisher.
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Fishermen’s Finest didn't earn a waiver in the new Congressional spending bill; scientists are studying volcanic thunder from Bogoslof Volcano; and Saturday marks the filing deadline for Permanent Fund dividends.
Unalaska nonprofits are seeking $1.3 million in city grants this year; the Alaska Marine Highway System has avoided an April shutdown; and Alaskans are among the thousands of constituents flooding Capitol Hill to lobby their Congressional delegations.
Officials have suspended the search for a man who reportedly fell overboard from an oil tanker; a new vessel will soon give Unalaska better oil spill response capabilities; and the Alaska House has voted to restore the full amount of Permanent Fund dividends.
The U.S. Coast Guard is searching for a man who fell overboard from an oil tanker; Gov. Walker has submitted nominations for the North Pacific Fishery Management Council; and U.S. Sen. Sullivan voted “no” on a $1.3 trillion spending bill.
Unalaska’s new city manager has started work on the island; the U.S. Coast Guard has rescued a sick mariner near Cold Bay; and the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers has released a timeline for the Pebble Mine’s environmental impact statement.