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    News of the North

    Wednesday, October 12th, 2022 - 13 minutes

    Alaska officials have canceled the fall Bristol Bay red king crab harvest, and for the first time, have also scrapped the winter harvest of smaller snow crab.

    We spoke with the Southeast Alaska Land Trust regarding their recent acquisition of wetlands on North Douglas Island at Hendrickson Point.

    In September, the USDA Forest Service and Kootznoowoo, Incorporated announced a cooperative effort to continue the development of the Angoon Hydroelectric Project.

    The Alaska Native village corporation Huna Totem Corporation broke ground Monday on an $80 million infrastructure project that will bring a second docking facility to the gateway of Prince William Sound - Whittier.

    More than $100 million in grants have been announced by the federal government as part of a major effort to close the digital divide in parts of rural Alaska.

    Alaska Republican Gov. Mike Dunleavy leads his challengers in fundraising for the latest reporting period ahead of the Nov. 8 general election.

    Two domestic poultry flocks in the Matanuska-Susitna Borough have been confirmed to have highly pathogenic avian influenza.

    Hecla Mining Company announced its preliminary production results for the third quarter of 2022.

    Students at the University of Alaska Southeast have been collecting seaweed for local gardens as part of an educational effort to learn about mariculture.

    The national weather service issued a flood watch for much of southeast including Juneau.

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