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Alaska: State Elections Officials Certify Primary Election Ballots - The State of Alaska Division of Elections director has certified the August 21, 2018 Primary Election ballots for printing. 

The deadline for party replacement candidates, withdrawal for party candidates, and to change how a candidate’s name appears on the ballot was July 2.

The division has been working with the Department of Law to design ballots coinciding with the findings released in April of the Alaska Supreme Court in the State of Alaska vs Alaska Democratic Party case. Voters will see minor changes on the primary ballots this year including new headers. Candidates running on the Alaskan Independence, Alaska Democratic, Alaska Libertarian (A-D-L) ballots will all have one of the following political affiliation codes listed after their name: (A) Alaska Independence, (D) Democrat, (L) Libertarian, (N) Nonpartisan, and (U) Undeclared. The header for Alaska Republican Party ballots now include information specifying that all candidates are registered Republicans.

“We want voters to become familiar with the process and what they can expect when they participate in early or absentee voting or head to their polling locations on Election Day,” said State Elections Director Josie Bahnke. “We are committed to providing Alaskans with the information they need to make informed choices this year.” - More...
Monday PM - July 09, 2018

Science - Technology: Bacteria-powered solar cell converts light to energy, even under overcast skies - University of British Columbia researchers have found a cheap, sustainable way to build a solar cell using bacteria that convert light to energy.

Their cell generated a current stronger than any previously recorded from such a device, and worked as efficiently in dim light as in bright light.

This innovation could be a step toward wider adoption of solar power in places like British Columbia and parts of Southeast Alaska and northern Europe where overcast skies are common. With further development, these solar cells - called “biogenic” because they are made of living organisms - could become as efficient as the synthetic cells used in conventional solar panels.

“Our solution to a uniquely B.C. problem is a significant step toward making solar energy more economical,” said Vikramaditya Yadav, a professor in UBC’s department of chemical and biological engineering who led the project.

Solar cells are the building blocks of solar panels. They do the work of converting light into electrical current. Previous efforts to build biogenic solar cells have focused on extracting the natural dye that bacteria use for photosynthesis. It’s a costly and complex process that involves toxic solvents and can cause the dye to degrade. - More...
Monday PM - July 09, 2018


NOAA Closes Investigation into Unusual Mortality Events for Large Whales, Ice Seals - When there is a large die-off of marine mammals, experts from NOAA Fisheries and their partners try to identify the reasons for what's known as an Unusual Mortality Event, or UME. Unfortunately, in about half of UMEs, a cause is never determined according to NOAA.

That’s the case with the Large Whale UME declared in 2015 for large whales in British Columbia and the Gulf of Alaska, as well as the 2011 Alaska Northern Pinniped UME, which impacted four species of ice-associated seals, and walruses. The Working Group on Marine Mammal Unusual Mortality Eventshas closed both UMEs, although what caused those events still remains a mystery.

What is an Unusual Mortality Event?

An Unusual Mortality Event (UME) is defined under the Marine Mammal Protection Act as “a stranding that is unexpected; involves a significant die-off of any marine mammal population; and demands an immediate response.” 

In recent years, increased efforts to examine carcasses and live-stranded animals have improved the knowledge of mortality rates and causes, allowing a better understanding of population threats and stressors, and the ability to determine when a situation is “unusual.”

Understanding and investigating marine mammal UMEs is important because they can serve as indicators of ocean health, giving insight into larger environmental issues that may also have implications for human health and welfare.

Declaration of a UME brings more focus and resources to help the investigation, and enables NOAA Fisheries to form an investigative team.

Since the marine mammal UME program was established in 1991, there have been 65 formally recognized UMEs in the U.S., involving a variety of species and dozens to hundreds of individual marine mammals per event.

Causes have been determined for 32 of the 65 UMEs, and have included infections, malnutrition, human interactions, and biotoxins—such as those from harmful algal blooms. - More...
Monday PM - July 09, 2018

Alaska: Bodies of Missing Hikers Found in Wrangell-St. Elias National Park & Preserve - Last week National Park Service rangers recovered the bodies of two hikers along the Sanford River in Wrangell-St. Elias National Park. Preliminary identification by NPS law enforcement matches that of two backpackers that were last seen on June 22 when they were dropped off by an air taxi operator at the Sanford Glacier airstrip less than two miles from where the bodies were found.

The backpackers were 62-year old Rochelle Renken and 62-year old Michael Huffman, both from Columbia, Missouri. The couple were experienced backpackers and Renken has been to Alaska several times in the past and had previous experience crossing Alaskan rivers. Positive identification is pending from the State Medical Examiner. The deaths appear to be accidental. No foul play is suspected.

After the hikers failed to make their airstrip pick-up at the Dadina River on June 27 and missed two pre-planned satellite phone calls with the air taxi service, the service notified the National Park Service. The NPS initiated an intensive aerial and ground search for the couple on June 27. By June 28 there were 27 people and five aircraft involved in the search for the missing couple. By the end of June, search crews found footprints along the Sanford River where it emerges from the Sanford Glacier. The footprints were indicative of two people preparing for a river crossing. - More...
Monday PM - July 09, 2018


Alaska Science: It's time for Alaska's mosquitoes to shine By NED ROZELL - Here are some tips to avoid mosquitoes this summer: First, wear light-colored clothing. Second, bathe more often in an attempt to be as odorless as possible. Third, avoid exhaling while in the woods.

“Snow mosquitoes,” the big, sluggish mosquitoes that were the first to emerge, survived the winter by bundling up in leaf litter or wedging themselves under loose tree bark. Like many hibernating insects, overwintering mosquitoes depend on supercooling, a process by which an animal has the ability to rid its body fluids of impurities that would trigger the formation of ice. Supercooling allows the mosquito to cool down below 32 degrees Fahrenheit without its cell walls bursting.

Mosquitoes in hibernation can survive temperatures down to about 25 below zero. But years with a meager snowpack may cause quite a few mosquitoes to freeze and die during frigid weather. Yellowjackets, also supercoolers, may take quite a hit in low snow years.

But a lack of snow doesn’t harm the eggs of mosquitoes. Those eggs are the source of the smaller, faster mosquito species that hatch later in the summer.

Mosquito eggs laid in the fall float atop standing bodies of water ranging in size from Wonder Lake to a water-filled moose track in the tundra. Dozens of species of mosquitoes hatch from these eggs, spread all over Alaska.

Only female mosquitoes bother us. Females need blood’s protein to develop their ovaries and make more mosquitoes. Males survive by sipping nectar from flowers and sucking juices from fruit; females also supplement their diet with nectar. While both males and females have antennae, the males’ are much more garish, protruding like large feathers. The males’ antennae act as tuning forks, resonating to the whine produced by the wings of females. During mating season, a few to a few thousand males gather together in swarms. Males in the cloud seize any female that wanders inside. Like dragonflies, mosquitoes mate in mid-air.

Once fertilized by the male, the female mosquito searches for a blood donor. Using sensors on its antennae, a mosquito picks up animals’ body odor and carbon dioxide (a gas we exhale, along with water vapor). The female mosquito follows the trail upwind to its source. Once mosquitoes get closer, they’re attracted to other cues such as dark colors, moisture in the air and silhouettes of potential victims. - More...
Monday PM - July 09, 2018


Long Term Drug investigation Leads to Multiple Arrests, Charges - The Ketchikan Police Department completed a long term investigation into the sales of Methamphetamine and Heroin in Ketchikan during the week of June 25th.

At the conclusion of the investigation, the department announced the following individuals were indicted and either arrested or charged by arrest warrant or summons to appear: - More....
Monday PM - July 09, 2018

Ketchikan: Man arrested for attempted arson - Saturday at approximately 8:09 PM, the Alaska State Troopers, Saxman VPSO and the South Tongass Fire Department responded to a report of a male causing a disturbance at a residence in the 6300 block of S. Tongass Highway. 

According to the Alaska State Trooper's Dispatch, the male was attempting to set the residence on fire and was pouring gasoline inside. 

Upon the arrival of the Troopers, the male, identified as Robert Pickrell, age 40 of Ketchikan, was found inside the residence intoxicated.  Three other persons were inside the residence at the time. - More...
Monday PM - July 09, 2018

Ketchikan: Man runs from police, captured, charged with vehicle theft, felony DUI & more... - Officers of the City of Ketchikan Police Department were dispatched to the 600 block of Park Avenue for an intoxicated driver on 07/01/18 at approximately 6:15 PM. According to a press release, when Sgt. Cheatam arrived and he saw the vehicle with Darren R. C. Baines, age 27, in the driver’s seat. According to the Officer's report, Baines put the vehicle in reverse, gunned the engine and struck a flag pole causing damage. Baines then drove forward trying to get around Sgt. Cheatam and struck Cheatam's marked police vehicle causing damage.

A vehicle pursuit ensued and Baines eluded officers. Citizen’s called the police department with information throughout the search. A person called shortly before 7:00 PM and stated the vehicle was in the Plaza Parking lot and saw Baines enter Safeway Grocery Store. - More...
Monday PM - July 09, 2018



MICHAEL REAGAN: The Democrats' Socialist Meltdown - What a great July 4.

The skies over America the Beautiful were filled with fireworks, and the Twittersphere was filled with three Democratic senators blowing themselves up.

My U.S. senator Kamal Harris, Massachusetts' Elizabeth Warren and New York's Kirsten Gillibrand spent their holiday week attacking President Trump in speeches and tweets.

It was rough stuff from three lefties who think they're going to be the next president and apparently think that tweeting like Trump is going to make their delusion come true.

Sen. Harris of California warned her followers that Trump is planning to nominate someone who'll overturn Roe v. Wade because she's certain he wants to punish women "for wanting to control their bodies, their lives, and their futures."

Sen. Warren tweeted to her followers and fellow Native Americans that Trump's short list of Supreme Court nominees "was hand-picked by right-wing extremists who want to criminalize abortions."

And Sen. Gillibrand echoed socialist Bernie Sanders, hitting the president for strictly enforcing immigration laws that separated illegal immigrants from their children at the Mexican border.

No word on what CNN pundit-in-training Stormy Daniels tweeted, probably because she's still touring the senior strip-club circuit.

The Democrats are in deep trouble and they know it. As Trump is only getting stronger, wilier and more popular, Democrats only get more desperate and stupid.

When Supreme Court Justice Anthony Kennedy announced his retirement last week, the thought of President Trump naming his successor sent Democrats into a complete meltdown. 

The mental state of the typical diehard Democrat or MSNBC host is now somewhere between terrified and my congresswoman Maxine Waters. - More...
Monday PM - July 09, 2018

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Help spread the word By Hallie Engel - Ketchikan is a community of people who care for each other and I would like to ask the citizens of our town to help someone in need.

If you lived in Ketchikan during the 1990s, you might remember David Weburg, or maybe you knew members of his family. David was always an active member of the local arts scene, and appeared in productions at Ketchikan High School and First City Players. Friendly, funny and talented, he was known for his warm smile and big heart. - More...
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Navy Must Right Itself By Donald Moskowitz - According to an oped by Pat Buchanan, starting around 2009 the U.S. Naval Academy (USNA) lowered its enrollment standards for incoming freshmen so the Navy could increase its racial diversity.

The USNA is on a campaign to increase minority naval officers to approximate the nonwhite enlisted percentage of the Fleet, which is 40% minority personnel. Unfortunately, the USNA turns away applicants with SAT scores above 600 and As and Bs in their high school courses in favor of students with SAT scores in the 500s and C grades. Minority students with SATs in the 300s and 400s and C and D grades are admitted after attending a one year preparatory school. - More...
Friday PM - July 06, 2018

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New Political Sin By Rob Holston, Jr - I just saw a liberal law maker being interviewed on a liberal TV network. She said “We need a Supreme Court Justice who will fairly interpret and uphold the law of the land.” I can only take that to mean…..”Abide by the law of the land.” “Don’t dilute the law of the land.” It sounds a bit like “zero tolerance policy" to me. - More...
Friday PM - July 06, 2018

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Supporting our Fishing Industry By Rep. Dan Ortiz - A week ago, China announced that it will add an additional 25% tariff on seafood imports. China is Alaska’s top seafood customer, spending $1.3 billion on exports last year.

This tariff increase will directly impact tens of thousands of fishermen, other fish-industry employees, and Southeast Alaska’s economy. According to the McDowell Group, the fishing industry produces $2 billion in labor income alone, and a total economic output of $5.2 billion per year.

Although I am not in a position to change Chinese policy, I can – and will – continue to support the fishing industry on the state level. This past session, I sponsored three bills pertaining to our fishing industry that the legislature passed. HB56 “Commercial Fishing Loans” increases the sub-category amount an Alaskan can borrow from the Commercial Fishing Revolving Loan Fund. HB76 “Mariculture Revolving Loan Fund” allows the revolving loan program to include shellfish hatcheries. HB354 “Dive Fishery Assessments” updates the SARDFA self-assessment election process. - More...
Friday PM - June 29, 2018

Crying Children and Due Process of Law By Kary Love - Being a lawyer, I have long been interested in and have studied the question, where did law come from? It turns out to have been the result of a centuries long, hard struggle by people over generations as humans evolved to try to incorporate justice into their villages or tribes.  Generation built upon generation, honing and improving law. - More...
Saturday PM - June 23, 2018

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Bad Arguments for Taxing the PFD By Ghert Abbott - A number of very bad arguments have been made by those who want to resolve our state’s fiscal crisis via a massive head tax on the Permanent Fund Dividend without any regard for the extremely regressive effects that this will have.- More...
Wednesday PM - June 20, 2018

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BORDER FAMILY SEPARATIONS OPEN OLD WOUNDS; US practice recalls horrific policies used to eradicate Native cultures By Rosita Kaaháni Worl - I want to express my appreciation to U.S. Senator Lisa Murkowski of Alaska for opposing the separation of families at the U.S. border and demanding an immediate halt to this "cruel, tragic" practice. I also want to recognize U.S. Senator Dan Sullivan of Alaska for requesting a more deliberate bipartisan approach to this issue.- More...
Wednesday PM - June 20, 2018

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Separating immigrant children from their parents By Larry Emery - The Metlakatla Minister's Association sent a letter to Alaska's congressional delegation protesting the treatment of the children of asylum seekers at the United States border.  The letter calls states that the administrations policy "... not only rejects America's values, it also ignores biblical teachings about the value and dignity of all human beings as being in God's image, regardless of their immigration status..." The minister's go on to state, "...undocumented aliens and asylum seekers should be treated with respect as human beings while their cases are undergoing due process. This is not a partisan political issue but a moral one. The policy of family separation must be reversed."  The Metlakatla Minister's Association consists of the pastors of the Lakeside Church of God, Metlakatla Congregational Church, Metlakatla Presbyterian Church and the William Duncan Memorial Church.  The full text of the letter is as follows: - More...
Wednesday PM - June 20, 2018

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Trump Voters Responsible By Hallie Engel - I just wanted to remind everyone that if you voted for Trump, you are in part responsible for the separation of children from their parents. Some of these children are babies. I would like you to think about how you would feel if you came to the US seeking asylum, and someone took your child from you. - More...
Wednesday PM - June 20, 2018

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Separating children By Rob Holston, Jr - Trump is crazy for separating children from their illegal parents.  He should put them up in TRUMP hotels with catered meals and have the federal government pick up the tab.  He would become richer.  Of course more and more illegal immigrants would hear about this golden opportunity and soon TRUMP would be building more hotels just to house all the illegal immigrants and their kids.  More money for TRUMP….. and it would just cost hard working Americans a few dollars each A DAY to pay for it. - More...
Wednesday PM - June 20, 2018

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Shrimp Permit By Lance Clark - Another permit, really? So now, besides a fishing license, King stamp, hunting license, hunting permits, locking tags, sealing requirements and harvest surveys for game and fish, we have to have a permit to throw in a shrimp pot. What's next, an environmental impact study before bug repellent can be put on? - More...
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We must act to protect the health and future of our oceans By Reps. Suzanne Bonamici & Don Young - Oceans cover more than 70 percent of our planet and are home to more than a thousand species of marine life. Oceans generate the oxygen that we breathe. They regulate our climate and provide healthy meals for people daily. Coastal communities rely on healthy oceans—as do shellfish, fish, marine mammals, birds, and ecosystems around the world. June 8 was World Oceans Day which serves as a reminder that regardless of where we live or our political party, we must remain committed to protect, conserve, maintain, and rebuild our ocean resources. - More...
Sunday AM - June 17, 2018

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Correction to UPRIVERS Documentary Misrepresentations By Brent Murphy - I am writing to correct the public record about misleading and inaccurate information regarding Seabridge Gold’s KSM Project presented in the UPRIVERS documentary currently being screened in Alaska and British Columbia. Seabridge Gold has also requested the producers and funders of the documentary to retract their misrepresentations. - More...
Saturday AM - June 09, 2018

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Keep Out Potential Terrorists By Donald Moskowitz - Islamic terrorist bombings in Belgium; Islamic terrorist truck attacks in NYC, France, Germany, and Spain; and attacks in England and the U.S.are indicative of the violent Islamic extremism pervading the world. Muslim attacks on non-Muslims have proliferated in Europe over the years because Europe murdered 6 million Jews and replaced them with 50 million Muslims. European countries should stop absorbing immigrants from the Middle East and North Africa and deport potential terrorists. - More...
Saturday AM - June 09, 2018

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BARR vs BEE: ABJECT RACISM vs ABJECT RUDENESS By David G Hanger - I have never watched either of these two programs, but there are very good reasons why the one should be instantly canceled and the other should not. Despite the brunette who went out of her way to glorify herself in explaining her reasons why she will no longer be watching Samantha Bee, there are two fundamental reasons why this is not in any sense justified or, for that matter, even rational. - More...
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