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  • Brenden McEldery said he generally flies under the radar when it comes to his art. But this year, his retro boombox design will be on hoodies and stickers available at KUCB's annual membership pledge drive on Friday, Nov. 11.
  • 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…