Winter in Unalaska by Sam Zmolek
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  • If you live in Unalaska, you surely know Hope. How could you miss all that sheep skin and linen flowing across the tundra? Well, here we are — nearly three years after arriving in Unalaska, News Director Hope McKenney has said goodbye. Or, as she’ll tell you, “It’s just a ‘see ya later.’”
  • As we wrap up Women's History Month programming on KUCB, we'd like to share the five episodes produced during the month of March.
  • The Pribilof community of St. Paul has only had 2 cases of COVID-19 over the course of the pandemic; a look into one of Anchorage’s overburdened ICUs; and Alaskans will receive $1,100 Permanent Fund Dividend payments beginning in October.
  • The closure of the Bristol Bay red king crab fishery has enormous implications for Unalaska and surrounding communities; Ravn Alaska’s new nonstop aircraft touched down in Unalaska for the first time yesterday; and some evacuees from Afghanistan will soon be making Alaska their home.
  • The Unalaska preschool’s morning session will be closed until Sept. 13; the window for Alaska Native tribes to apply for free wireless broadband licenses closes Wednesday night; and a look back at the 24th annual Qawalangin Tribe's culture camp, where around 50 youth learned about Unangax̂ culture, values and skills.
  • The Unalaska City Council enacted a new mask mandate as local COVID-19 cases rise; the largest organization of Alaska Native Tribes and Native…
  • The Unalaska school board swore in a new member at its meeting Wednesday; emergency room doctors in Anchorage sounded dire warnings about the city's…
  • The City of Unalaska raised its COVID-19 risk level and confirmed what it called "widespread community exposure" of the virus yesterday; Dr. Lisa…
  • Unalaska's City Council approved a resolution at last night's meeting that will put a sales tax increase on the ballot for October's municipal election;…