Dan Bross / KUAC

KUAC's Dan Bross talks with Alaska Center for Climate Assessment and Policy climate specialist Rick Thoman about the record cold and snowy September of 1992.

09-13-19 8:30 AM newscast


Sep 13, 2019

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Restoring Word and Volume

Sep 13, 2019
Juliayn Coleman

I believe the physical book can sometimes be a work of art. Think of illuminated manuscripts or the works of local artist Margo Klass. As with any art object, age and usage can take their toll. How to preserve a well-loved volume can be a challenge. Enter Juliayn Coleman. As you’ll hear, the San Francisco based book conservator and binder has learned the venerable art of restoring books.


Diversity and minority perspectives are themes of a conference this weekend in Fairbanks. About 90 photographers from the Northwestern states will visit Alaska for demonstrations, workshops and some events that are free and open to the public. The Society for Photographic Education Northwest Chapter’s event is called In Our Own Voices: Culture/Identity.

09-12-19 9:30 AM newscast

Trails Challenge Gets Folks Outdoors

Sep 11, 2019

With great weather for September, more people are taking advantage of local trails.  There are hundreds of public trails in the Fairbanks North Star Borough on borough and state land. To help hikers, bikers and ATV users find them, the borough has started a Trails Challenge.


Sep 11, 2019

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Bureau of Land Management

About 40 people showed up Monday at a meeting in Fairbanks to offer comments for and against a proposed North Slope oil and gas project. Supporters say development of ConocoPhillips’s Willow prospect would create jobs and boost Alaska’s economy. Opponents warn it would further harm the environment and the health of people who live nearby. They also told federal officials to stop trying to rush the review process and give them more time to study the proposal.


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