Volunteer Matt Lightner stopped by to co-DJ an episode of AM Unalaska with Vic Fisher.
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Newscast: 03/22/21

Mar 22, 2021

Roughly 1,800 people were vaccinated in Unalaska on Thursday through a partnership between the island's clinic and Eastern Aleutian Tribes; the U.S. House passed a bill to renew the Violence Against Women Act last week, and it includes a provision to expand tribal law enforcement in five Alaska Native villages; a reform bill to give more autonomy to Alaska's ferry system is advancing through the legislature.

Newscast: 03/18/21

Mar 18, 2021

Some boats are contending with a shortage of fuel at a key port in the Pribilof Islands, leaving them with less time to catch their quota; interest in kelp farming has been building in Alaska since the state's first commercial harvest in 2017; and the newly-formed Aleutian Adventure Association, in partnership with the Alaska Avalanche School, is offering an avalanche awareness training on Friday.

Newscast: 03/17/21

Mar 17, 2021

Lawmakers have taken a step towards doubling Alaska's lowest-in-the-nation gas tax;  Eagle's View Elementary School kids are on the case of the missing Easter Bunny; and a University of Alaska Fairbanks scientist has led development for a way to anticipate volcanic eruptions years in advance.

Newscast: 03/16/21

Mar 16, 2021

Nearly all of Unalaska lost power for over an hour yesterday evening due to equipment failure; Eastern Aleutian Tribes is participating in a new federal program that directly allocates COVID-19 vaccine to qualified health centers; and the first Alaska Native woman to serve as lieutenant governor will lead one of Alaska's key Tribal health organizations.

Newscast: 03/15/21

Mar 15, 2021

The Aleutian Pribilof Islands Association has launched a pen pal program for Alaska Native youth and elders in the region; since congregate shelters became eligible for COVID-19 vaccines last month, health care workers and homeless shelter coordinators have been working non-stop to get Anchorage's 3,000-person homeless population vaccinated; and an unusual Iditarod Trail Sled Dog Race ended early Monday morning with a familiar champion.