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Potentially dangerous pathogen found in Alaska moose, caribou

FAIRBANKS, Alaska -Officials say a respiratory pathogen previously believed to be restricted to sheep and goats has been detected in Alaska moose and caribou. Scientists have identified Mycoplasma ovipneumoniae, known as Movi, in other animal species for the first time, including a bison in Montana

WEBCENTER 11 - 2018-06-19 19:18:00

Georgeson Botanical Garden brings back Mud Day, Birthday Bash

“We knew we wanted to do both,” Mathew Carrick, director of the garden program, said, “and rather than trying to hold two big events with a very similar audience, we’d just combine them.”

FAIRBANKS DAILY NEWS-MINER - 2018-06-21 08:10:00

Familiar sky drawing appears in Alaska

FacebookAccording to Task and Purpose, an airman shared a snapshot to the popular Air Force amn/nco/snco Facebook group on Wednesday of what appears to be a half-finished, phallus above Eielson Air Force Base in Alaska.

OMAK CHRONICLE - 2018-06-20 00:00:00

Track Palin pleads guilty to criminal trespassing

FAIRBANKS, Alaska -Track Palin, son of former Alaska Governor Sarah Palin, has pleaded guilty to criminal trespassing.

WEBCENTER 11 - 2018-06-19 19:23:00

Fairbanks man arraigned on multiple charges, including Kidnapping

Alaska State Troopers received a report on May 25th from a woman saying Micah Whitaker had been stalking and harassing her for months. She told troopers Whitaker had kicked her out of his home, then began accusing her of stealing his wallet, and starting to threaten her. The victim said she agreed t

WEBCENTER 11 - 2018-06-20 20:01:00

Alaska Native artifacts to be distributed to local groups

FAIRBANKS, Alaska (AP) — Officials are distributing a collection of 1,000 Alaska Native artifacts to native organizations and other groups following the closure of a Fairbanks museum.

ROANOKE TIMES - 2018-06-20 05:43:45

Calypso Farm teaching compost workshop

FAIRBANKS — Calypso Farm & Ecology Center, 4780 Old Nenana Highway, is holding a compost-making workshop from 1:30-4:30 p.m. June 29 at its farm.

FAIRBANKS DAILY NEWS-MINER - 2018-06-21 08:05:00

Body recovered of missing Fairbanks man

FAIRBANKS, Alaska -The body of a missing Fairbanks man has been found. On Saturday morning, rescue teams recovered the body of 27-year-old Junior Leota, who has been missing since May 25th when he crashed his ATV into the Chatanika River at Olnes Pond. His body was over three-quarters of a mile down


We Took a Tour of the New Liquefied Natural Gas Storage Tank

FAIRBANKS, Alaska -Progress has been made on Interior Gas Utility's Liquefied Natural Gas storage tank. Rhiannon Walker took a tour of the site with Fairbanks Natural Gas, and brings us more information.The LNG storage tank sits just off Peger Road in South Fairbanks. Standing 84-feet high and spann

WEBCENTER 11 - 2018-06-19 19:54:00

Former Hockey Coach Don Lucia named to Nanook Hall of Fame

He also oversaw the venue change from the Patty Ice Arena to the Carlson Center, brought the Nooks into the CCHA, and recruited all-time greats such as Steve Moria, Keith Streer, and Doug Desorcie.


Searchers find body of man who crashed in Chatanika River

Leota’s brother-in-law, Kendall Wilson, saysLeotaon May 25 was riding on a trail perpendicular to the river near Olnes (OHL-ness) Pond.


Arvin Kangas’ appeal has been rejected

Arvin Kangas was found guilty of evidence tampering in 2015 after his son, Nathaniel, shot and killed Sergeant Scott Johnson and Trooper Gabe Rich as they were trying to arrest Arvin, after he assaulted a Village Public Safety Officer.


Walker Signed New Bill into Law

Before, they had to complete the same training as hairdressers - for example, learning about chemicals like those used to straighten or color hair.


Alaska names new Supreme Court Chief Justice

FAIRBANKS, Alaska -The Alaska Supreme Court will have a new chief justice starting next month.July 1st marks the start of a three year term for Justice Joel Bolger.The chief justice is the administrative leader of a state's judicial branch of government, and Bolger was unanimously selected for the p

WEBCENTER 11 - 2018-06-19 19:24:00

Alaskan Wildlife is at Risk for Contracting Respiratory Pathogen

FAIRBANKS, Alaska -Officials say a respiratory pathogen previously believed to be restricted to sheep and goats has been detected in Alaska moose and caribou.Scientists have identified Mycoplasma ovipneumoniae, known as Movi, in other animal species for the first time, including a bison in Montana a

WEBCENTER 11 - 2018-06-19 20:15:00

Borough-owned Native collectables to go to museum, native organizations

FAIRBANKS — A collection of about 1,000 Alaska Native artifacts is being dispersed this summer by the Fairbanks North Star Borough, which closed the Native Museum at Pioneer Park.


M. ovi bacteria found in Alaska moose, caribou for first time

FAIRBANKS — A harmful bacteria previously thought to live only in sheep and goats as been found in additional animals, including Alaska caribou and moose, according to a new study announced last week by the Alaska Department of Fish and Game.


Nanook Shooters compete in National meet

Recent UAF Grad Sagen Maddalena was able to take fourth in the Women's Air Rifle event, shooting a total score of 1,250.6 over the two day competition.

WEBCENTER 11 - 2018-06-19 19:40:00

Pet of the Week; Jay Jay

"Hi I'm Kimberly and this week's Pet of the Week is Jay. Jay Jay came to the shelter because he doesn't get along well with cats and he was returned before that because he is really good at escaping fences. Jay Jay is kind of mellow, he is actually a pretty laid back guy, and he walks pretty nicely

WEBCENTER 11 - 2018-06-19 19:59:00

Ester Transfer sight Closed for Renovations

While the project is still underway, the Borough is asking residents to use the transfer site located at 25-35 Little Shot Road, located on the Parks Highway near Sheep Creek Road.