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PCR Hosts Annual Holiday Event

The Unalaska Department of Parks, Culture, and Recreation (PCR) hosted their annual Christmas Event last Saturday, December the 2nd. At the event, community members shopped at the Christmas bazaar, took pictures with Santa, and listened to Christmas stories read by Karen Kresh of the library. Vendo


Bering Sea Women's Conference Debuts Saturday In Unalaska

Organizer Beatriz Dietrick said the event has evolved from a clinic-sponsored health session into an independent storytelling conference. KUCB's Laura Kraegel sat down with Dietrick to learn more. BEATRIZ DIETRICK: This year, we decided to take it a little bit of a different route. It's not really h


Coast Guard medevacs woman from fishing vessel northwest of Unalaska

JUNEAU, Alaska - A Coast Guard Air Station Kodiak MH-65 Dolphin helicopter crew, forward deployed on the Coast Guard Cutter Sherman, medevaced a 26-year-old woman from the fishing vessel Seattle Enterprise 140 miles northwest of Unalaska, Alaska, Tuesday. The Dolphin crew safely hoisted the woman an


Unified Command scales down multiagency response to fishing vessel Akutan

Multiple agencies responded to the fishing vessel Akutan in Captains Bay near Unalaska, Alaska, August 18, 2017. U.S. Coast Guard photo UNALASKA, Alaska - The Unified Command, in response to the disabled fishing vessel Akutan in Captains Bay, mitigated the imminent and substantial threat of pollutio


Responders have mitigated pollution threat of F/V Akutan, Coast Guard says

The F/V Akutan is still moored in Unalaska's Captains Bay. (Berett Wilber/KUCB) Six days after forming an emergency response team, officials have suspended their efforts aboard a disabled fishing vessel in Unalaska. Coast Guard Petty Officer John-Paul Rios said responders have removed almost 16,000


After a rocky start, Unalaska's subsistence salmon run hits target escapement

So far more than 11,000 sockeye have passed through Unalaska's McLees Lake weir. (KUCB) While Unalaska's biggest subsistence salmon run got off to a slow start this season, it's now at a sustainable level. The start of the McLees Lake run was so low, the Alaska Department of Fish and Game issued an


Unalaska City Council Looks To 2030

Unalaska is looking to the future - 2030 to be exact. At Tuesday night's city council meeting, planning director Bill Homka presented a brief update on the comprehensive plan. A key part of the proposal is three advisory committees - a steering committee, a technical committee, and a citizens advis


Crash ties up traffic at Possum Run Road, two injured

MANSFIELD - A two-car crash tied up traffic at Ohio 13 and Possum Run Road south of Mansfield on Friday night, according to the Ohio Highway Patrol. Tessa Berry, 17, was issued a citation after authorities say she drove a 2007 Pontiac G5 through a red light and crashed into a left-turning car around

MANSFIELD NEWS JOURNAL - 2018-01-21 02:49:46

Government Shutdown Day 2: Blame game on both sides

House and Senate leaders continue talks, but can they reach agreement today? WASHINGTON - President Donald Trump's budget director is holding out hope that feuding Democrats and Republicans in Congress can reach a short-term spending agreement before the start of the workweek Monday, but he worries

INDEPENDENT - 2018-01-21 17:34:15

Mansfield Art Center Debuts Two New Exhibits

Both shows kicked off with a gallery reception on Sunday afternoon and will be displayed through February 25. Watercolor Ohio 2017 Juror, Mary Whyte says, "Watercolor Ohio 2017 represents some of the finest watercolor being done in this country today. The individual works show watercolor at it's mos

WMFD - 2018-01-21 22:06:16

A chance at life: Cori Salchert fosters terminally ill babies

SAVANNAH - Cori Salchert and her husband, Mark, prove the value of human life every day. The parents of eight children of their own have served as foster parents for seven terminally-ill children in the last four years, loving and caring for them as they prepare to die. In 2013, the couple from Wis

TIMES-GAZETTE.COM - 2018-01-22 00:38:52

Mansfield PD retires K9 Sam

MANSFIELD -- A furry, four-legged friend climbed atop a table in council chambers Tuesday night, beaming with energy and tongue hanging from his mouth. K9 Sam is known for his energetic demeanor. "This dog takes a lot of energy just to maintain," said Mansfield Police Chief Ken Coontz during a city

RICHLANDSOURCE.COM - 2018-01-21 13:00:00

Deputies seize drugs, gun; arrest man who had been drinking

JACKSON TWP. Stark County Sheriff's deputies arrested a Tuscarawas County man found passed out behind the wheel of a car in the middle of the road. Deputies seized an undisclosed amount of marijuana and a handgun when they arrested the 31-year-old man who lives in the 9600 block of Bimeler Street NE

INDEPENDENT - 2018-01-20 19:02:18

Will new senior center be built on Shady Lane Drive?

The Huron County commissioners are working with Senior Enrichment Services (SES) on the possibility of using county-owned land across from Norwalk High School. SES is seeking six to 10 acres on Shady Lane Drive. The site would house a new senior center and a utility garage for its 20 vehicles. "It w

NORWALK REFLECTOR - 2018-01-21 06:00:00

Dates set for 2018 Pickle Run Festival

GALION - The dates have been announced for the 2018 Pickle Run Festival at Heise Park in Galion. The event will be July 6 and July 7, with a rain date of July 8th. Keep checking the GALION - The dates have been announced for the 2018 Pickle Run Festival at Heise Park in Galion. The event will be J

GALION INQUIRER - 2018-01-22 00:08:10

This poacher got busted with 1,088 sea urchins. Their sex organs sell for $100 per pound

Sea urchins - those spiny creatures beach goers carefully avoid stepping on - are a hot commodity. Sometimes too hot. A sea urchin poacher was caught Jan. 7 when he pulled into Tacoma's Breakwater Marina, just east of Point Defiance Park. Officer Jake Greshock with the state Fish and Wildlife Depa

TACOMA NEWS TRIBUNE - 2018-01-21 16:00:00

Windstorm knocks out power for hundreds in Thurston and Mason counties

Gusts of wind slammed branches and trees into power lines on Sunday knocking out the power for hundreds of people in South Sound. At 12:30 p.m., Puget Sound Energy was reporting that it had about 2,300 customers in Western Washington without power, including about 300 homes near state Route 510 and

OLYMPIAN - 2018-01-21 20:50:00

9 agencies spent Saturday night looking for DUI drivers. Then 1 crashed into them

A Tacoma police officer was struck by an intoxicated driver on Saturday night when nine agencies teamed up for a driving under the influence patrol, according to a series of tweets by Bonney Lake Police. The officer's cruiser was struck on the driver's side on the 10100 block of 214th Avenue in Bonn

TACOMA NEWS TRIBUNE - 2018-01-21 15:06:00

Internationally popular bakery, cafe chain opens doors in Federal Way

With streamers, balloons and a line wrapping around the front of the building, 85C Bakery and Cafe opened its doors in the community Jan. 12, bringing the popular international bakery and coffee chain to Federal Way. It was nothing less than 85C Federal Way general manager Terence Adamse expected.

FEDERALWAYMIRROR.COM - 2018-01-21 13:30:00

The woman killed Friday night while crossing a street in Tacoma has been identified | The News Tribune

A woman killed on Friday night while crossing Sixth Avenue in Tacoma has been identified by the Pierce County Medical Examiner. Susan Lee, 69, of Tacoma was struck about 7 p.m. on Sixth Avenue near Pearl Street while crossing the road and was taken to a hospital. She was pronounced dead at about 7:3

TACOMA NEWS TRIBUNE - 2018-01-20 18:57:00