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Recovery efforts continue for a missing Unalaska man; the City Council has certified results of the 2018 municipal election; and a new poll suggests longtime Alaska Congressman Don Young may face a tight race next month.
The City Council is expected to certify Unalaska's election results tonight; St. Paul recently hosted its annual "Bering Sea Days" science program for students in the Pribilof Islands; and Gov. Bill Walker's administration has declared a linguistic emergency for Alaska Native languages.
Shari Coleman has retained her seat on the Unalaska City Council by 11 votes; a bankruptcy judge has approved the sale of PenAir to the company that owns Ravn Air Group; and U.S. Sen. Murkowski is facing reprisal from the Alaska Republican Party over her "no" vote on Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh.
Police say the disappearance of Unalaska resident Willy Robinson likely stemmed from an incident in the waters of Captains Bay; the company that owns Ravn Alaska has been named the top bidder in an auction for PenAir's assets; and the Museum of the Aleutians is opening a new exhibition called "Alaska Native Dolls: A Cultural thread" on Friday.