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06-15-21 KUAC MIDDAY NEWS

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06-15-21 midday newscast


06-15-21 AM newscast


Contango Ore

Representatives of Kinross Fort Knox Gold Mine will be in Delta Junction today to talk about the Manh Choh Project, a new gold mine the company is planning to develop near Tetlin. It’s the second of three meetings the company is conducting in communities that are likely to be affected by the project.


06-14-21 KUAC MIDDAY NEWS

Jun 14, 2021

06-14-21 miday newscast


Dan Bross / KUAC

A gathering was held in Fairbanks yesterday (Sun) to mourn and raise awareness about historic abuse, neglect, and forced assimilation of Native children at government and church run residential schools in the US and Canada. The Fairbanks event and others like it in both countries follow the discovery last month of the remains of 215 indigenous children buried at a residential school in British Columbia, which closed in the late 1970’s.

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Friends of Bus 142

Preliminary work began last week on a project to create a museum exhibit featuring the old bus where the central character in the book and movie “Into the Wild” spent his last days. The rusty relic was airlifted out of a remote spot off the Stampede Trail last year and brought back to Fairbanks, where it had been used decades ago as a city transit bus. And now, University of Alaska Museum of the North staff are planning a new outdoor exhibit that will tell the story of how Bus 142 became an American cultural icon.


06-11-21 KUAC MIDDAY NEWS

Jun 11, 2021

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06-11-21 KUAC MORNING NEWS

Jun 11, 2021

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National Weather Service

KUAC's Dan Bross talks with Alaska Center for Climate Assessment and Policy climate specialist Rick Thoman about a cold air swirl that hung over the Seward Peninsula and Bering Strait region in Early June.

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