Local News
7:15 am
Mon July 21, 2014

7/21/14 KNBA News - Alaska's highest court rules in favor of tribal court in jurisdictional case

As APRN's Lori Townsend reports, the Alaska Supreme Court issued a ruling Friday (July 18, 2014) in a long-running tribal court jurisdiction case. The case stems from a Minto tribal court decision that terminated parental rights. The father, Edward Parks, was not a Minto tribal member, so he claimed the court did not have authority over him. Also, he said, the tribal court did not allow his attorney to make an oral presentation of his argument. He tried to take the case to state court and bypass the tribal appeal process.

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5:14 pm
Thu July 17, 2014

2014 Goldies Entries

2014 Goldies Entries 

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Our Community
4:33 pm
Fri July 11, 2014

Our Community - Friday 07/11/14

Alaska Blueberry Arts Festival

In today's Our Community segment, Loren Dixon highlights upcoming important events in Alaska. 

July 25: The Alaska Healthy Natives Golf tournament will be taking place at the Moose Run Golf course on July 25th. All the proceeds will benefit the Healthy Alaska Native Foundation. 

  July 26: Crow Pass Crossing is coming up on July 26th, and all runners are highly encouraged to join! The run will be from Girdwood to the Eagle River Nature Center. For more information, please call race director Michael Friess at 786-1325.  

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Our Community
3:31 pm
Thu July 10, 2014

Our Community - Thursday 07/10/14

Roy Agloinga

In today's Our Community segment, Loren Dixon highlights upcoming events taking place throughout Anchorage. 

August 1: The Stone Soup group invites the community to those who have made significant contributions to children with special needs in Alaska. The Annual Family Community picnic is a free event from 1 - 3 Pm at the Kincaid Park Chalet. For more information, visit:

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Our Community
4:06 pm
Wed July 9, 2014

Our Community - Wednesday 07/09/14

Healthy AK Foundation

In today's Our Community segment, Loren Dixon highlights important matters that are happening in South Central Alaska. 

There is a new Federal Subsistence Management Regulations book. The new booklet can be  picked up at Federal Land management offices and can be requested by contacting the office at

July 16: The Cook Inlet Coast Guard evaluates the citizens advisory Council. Public comments are now be accepted at the federal website, and is lasting until July 16th.

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