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Fishermen protest Walmart salmon decision

ANCHORAGE - Nearly 40 Alaska fishermen protested Wednesday outside an Anchorage Wal-Mart store, upset with a decision by the company about how it buys seafood.

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USGS reports 5.8 magnitude earthquake in the Cook Inlet

Residents on the Kenai Peninsula, in Anchorage and other parts of Southcentral Alaska were jolted by a moderately strong earthquake Monday afternoon. The 5.8 magnitude quake started at 4:42 p.m. Monday according to the United States Geological Survey.

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Commercial-charter halibut plan released for comment

A controversial halibut catch sharing plan is once again up for public comment. The National Marine Fisheries Service published the proposed halibut catch sharing plan June 28, with 45 days for public comments.

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Tsunami warning system to be tested

As part of Tsunami Preparedness Week, local, state and federal agencies will conduct a test of the Alaska Tsunami Warning System at 9:45 a.m. Wednesday, March 27, the 49th anniversary of the 1964 Great Alaska earthquake.

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Whale of an issue: Biologist explains Cook Inlet critical habitat

A biologist with the National Marine Fisheries Service tried to ease concerns area industry leaders might have over the federal agency's proposed critical habitat designation for endangered beluga whales in Cook Inlet.

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Shareholders return Goldbelt incumbents

JUNEAU (AP) -- Shareholders have returned three incumbents to the board of the Goldbelt Inc., the city's Native corporation.

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Shareholders return Goldbelt incumbents

JUNEAU (AP) -- Shareholders have returned three incumbents to the board of the Goldbelt Inc., the city's Native corporation.

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Proposed Beluga habitat discussed

Public comment at last week's hearing on the proposed designation of critical habitat for Cook Inlet beluga whales was, for the most part, supportive, though the hearing itself was lightly attended.

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Bad policy or good science?: Decline is one of few certainties for Cook Inlet belugas

The proposed critical habitat designation for Cook Inlet beluga whales drew more than 91,000 responses before the comment period closed last month. Alaska political leaders in particular have questioned the science used to support the beluga's endangered listing, like their declining population and genetic distinction.

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Kodiak researcher happy with crab voyage

...Atlantis was a dream come true. Dr. Brad Stevens took part in the three-week voyage paid for by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration's Office of Ocean Exploration. The trip, which began in Astoria, Ore., had diverse objectives...

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