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Man rescued off fishing vessel near Cold Bay

Juneau, Alaska (KINY) - The Coast Guard rescued a man aboard a fishing vessel last week after the crew reported that a person had lost consciousness. They said that at about 3 p.m. Tuesday, Coast Guard Command Center watchstanders received the request for assistance from the crew aboard the Golden Alaska, reporting the 57-year-old male had previously lost consciousness and was in an altered mental state.
JUNEAU, AK
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New Aleutian program distributes $24K in grants for small businesses

Eight Aleutian businesses were awarded $3,000 each in late April as part of a new microgrant program from the Aleutian Marketplace. Grant recipients range from an ice cream shop in King Cove to a notary in Unalaska to commercial fishermen in Sand Point. A total of $24,000 worth of grant money was distributed throughout the region.
UNALASKA, AK
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King Cove residents await Haaland’s decision on road

In the wake of Interior Secretary Deb Haaland’s visit to their wind-swept Alaska Peninsula community in the Aleutians, King Cove residents are hanging on to the hope that Haaland will say yes to a land exchange and gravel road leading to the all-weather Cold Bay Airport. Residents see the...
KING COVE, AK
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Murkowski, King Cove continue fight for life-saving road

U.S. Senator Lisa Murkowski (R-AK) visited King Cove, Alaska with Secretary of the Interior Deb Haaland, Governor Mike Dunleavy (R-AK), and Alaska’s Chief Medical Officer, Anne Zink, to push for continued federal support and the urgent approval of a short, gravel, one-lane, life-saving road needed to connect the predominantly Aleut community to the all-weather airport in nearby Cold Bay.
KING COVE, AK
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Alaska Democrats’ newsletter says King Cove Road is just a stepping stone to ANWR oil and gas development

From the Alaska Democratic Party’s official newsletter, the official policy of Democrats in Alaska is to oppose the King Cove Road because Republicans favor it, and Republicans only favor it only for the purpose of using it as a model for opening the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge’s coastal plain for oil development. We quote the newsletter:
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