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Salem-News.com (Jul-26-2022 13:33)

The Climate Front: People Who Live There. The Battle for Bristol Bay

You can't tell the fish “I'm tired, wait, I'll be back in four hours.”

(LOS ANGELES, Calif.) - Bristol Bay, Alaska It was nearly two years ago, in November 2020, awaiting the Army Corps of Engineers’ decision related to the permitting of Alaska’s proposed Pebble Mine, that I interviewed MJ Jackson.

Michael is a commercial fisherman, who had built a life on the waters of Bristol Bay.

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Salem-News.com (May-01-2014 11:13)

BP Pipeline Sprays `Oily Mist` Over 33 Acres of Alaskan Tundra

The company was at fault in at least two oil spills in the same region since 2006.

(MOSCOW RT) - BP Alaska state officials confirmed Wednesday that an oily mist sprung from a compromised oil pipeline and sprayed into the wind without stopping for at least two hours, covering 33 acres of the frozen snow field in the oil well's vicinity.

The discovery was at the BP-owned Prudhoe oil field on Alaska’s North Slope, the northernmost region of the state where a number of profitable oil fields sit beneath the tundra. The Alaska Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC) revealed that BP officials found the mist during a routine inspection on Monday.

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Salem-News.com (Oct-27-2012 23:11)

Alaska Tsunami Warning Advisory Now Extends to Northern California and Southern Oregon

Significant widespread inundation is not called for or expected under an advisory. However currents will become dangerous...

(LINCOLN CITY, OR) - tsunami warning A tsunami warning continues to remain in effect following a 7.7 earthquake off the coast of British Columbia.

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Salem-News.com (Jun-22-2012 18:16)

Ancient Wisdom for the Modern World

Traditional shaman and healer, Brant Secunda, to lead ancient cultural teachings in Alaska

(JUNEAU, AL) - Brant Secunda- Alaska sunset From high up in the sky a bald eagle glides down, over a frozen glacier, and swoops across the coastal waters.

A whale surfaces, so close that the participants who have gathered from around the world feel as though they could reach out and touch its smooth, rubbery skin.

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Salem-News.com (May-03-2012 11:30)

Gotcha Again America

Looks like those days we have feared, where China takes the US without a single shot, may have begun.

(HARRISVILLE, N.H.) - Chinese will benefit from US jobs We were told that the vast amounts of stimulus monies that had been set aside and earmarked were to be dedicated to bringing our economy back from the brink.

Why are these funds being spent to help Chinese industries and to provide jobs to Chinese workers when U.S. industries are hurting so badly and U.S. workers are losing their homes?

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Salem-News.com (Apr-27-2012 14:05)

A Twin Dilemma Solved... Something Fishy On The Fraser

And the Gulf's New Tourist Mecca...
From The Canadian Shield

(SASKATCHEWAN) - Fraser River in Canada If Jesus could be beamed down to earth, let's say just east of where the Port Mann Bridge spans the mighty Fraser River above its huge embouchure at the city of Vancouver, I'm not only certain that He could walk on the water.

In fact it would not require any divine circumvention as to viscosity, hydraulic principles or gravity.

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Salem-News.com (Jan-05-2012 13:28)

Toxic chemical releases increased in 2010 throughout the Pacific Northwest and Alaska

Includes TRI data broken out by industry, chemicals, and facilities for Alaska, Idaho, Oregon, and Washington.

(WASHINGTON, D.C.) - EPA logo Recent data from the federal Toxics Release Inventory (TRI) shows that toxic chemical releases rose in Alaska, Idaho, Oregon, and Washington. The 2010 TRI reports how over 600 chemicals on the TRI list were managed, where they ended up, and how 2010 releases compare to 2009.

The 2010 TRI National Analysis shows that TRI releases rose 16 percent across the nation between 2009 and 2010, reversing a downward trend from recent years.

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Salem-News.com (Nov-09-2010 20:46)

Alaska`s Flight Looking Luke Florida`s `Hanging Chads` War

Senate race headed for court on vote-counting technicalities.

(WASHINGTON D.C.) - GOP candidate Joe Miller and incumbent Sen. Lisa Murkowski The Alaska Senate race is looking more and more like the Bush vs. Gore hanging chad war of 2000, as GOP candidate Joe Miller plans to head to court.

Incumbent Sen. Lisa Murkowski, who lost to Miller in the Republican primary, staged a write-in campaign that may have enough votes to win - but the outcome could hinge on how the votes are counted.

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Salem-News.com (Jul-08-2010 16:00)

U.S. Coast Guard Identifies Crew of Crashed MH-60 Helicopter Crew

U.S. Coast Guard identifies MH-60 helicopter crew‏.

(SEATTLE) - Scene of helicopter crash that claimed the life of three members of the U.S. Coast Guard The U.S. Coast Guard has identified the one survivor and three crew members who lost their lives, Wednesday, after their MH-60 Jayhawk helicopter crashed in the waters off of James Island, near La Push, Wash.

Lt. Lance D. Leone, 29, of Ventura, Calif., survived the crash and is being treated at a Seattle hospital with non-life threatening injuries. He is married.

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Salem-News.com (Jul-07-2010 21:43)

Coast Guard Loses Three in Helicopter Crash off Washington

Aircraft crashed enroute to Sitka, Alaska.

(SEATTLE) - Coast Guard boats aid in search for downed helicopter Three U.S. Coast Guard aviators are dead following the crash of their MH-60 Jayhawk helicopter in the waters near James Island, Washington.

Coast Guard units responded to the scene after contact was lost with the aircraft Wednesday at 9:32 a.m.

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