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The Fairbanks Summer Arts Festival attracts many talented guest artists and participants. Pianist Ian Scarfe was joined by chamber musicians from his workshops and lessons to share the joys of classical and chamber music.

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Volunteers with State Parks and the Delta Historical Society have removed artifacts from a 110-year-old building at Big Delta State Historical Park. The agencies had planned to wait, to see if the Tanana River washed away more of the riverbank on which the building sits. But Sunday’s move was prompted by concerns over erosion accelerated by recent rains.


A hiker lost in in Denali National Park for nearly 2 days was located was last (Sun.) night in good condition. KUAC’s Dan Bross reports.

07-25-16 9:30 AM newscast

A high-level meeting on the need for broadband in the circumpolar north …


07-22-16 KUAC MORNING NEWS

Jul 22, 2016

07-20-16 8:30 AM newscast

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The state of Alaska uses radio collars to help find and kill wolves. The technique is part of an approved predator control effort aimed at growing the Forty Mile caribou herd in the Upper Yukon-Tanana area, east of Fairbanks, but as KUAC’s Dan Bross reports, the technique raises ethical questions.

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