Investigating troopers found no immediate signs of foul play, troopers said.
An internet provider in the Aleutian Islands city said the community gateway could be used in other areas of Alaska.
Water supply problems delayed the start of classes by three weeks this fall — the latest challenge for students at Kivalina’s new school.
Several telecom providers switched back to fiber optic service, while others, including GCI, were still working on the transition.
Peltola, husband of U.S. Rep. Mary Peltola, died Sept. 12 when the small plane he was piloting crashed in Southwest Alaska.
The 2020-2022 Iñupiaq Language Survey created by Kipigniuqtit Iñupiuraallanikun aims to better understand the status of the Iñupiaq language across Iñupiat lands.
Imperiled by climate-driven erosion, the archaeological endeavor in Southwest Alaska is heavily invested in building a new model for community partnership as researchers race to recover a wealth of ancient Yup’ik relics.
Broadband provider Quintillion reached the breakage in late August and started the multimillion-dollar repairs, which are challenging due to the harsh environment, lack of visibility and the need to retrieve a cable from beneath the seabed.
The operations are expected to continue from Thursday to Sept. 24 and are not in violation of international laws, the U.S. Coast Guard said.
Eugene “Buzzy” Peltola Jr., former state regional director of the Bureau of Indian Affairs, died after the Tuesday evening crash of a plane he was piloting in Western Alaska northeast of St. Mary’s.
Artists will join the Ilakus Iñupiaq Dance Group for a Friday concert benefiting Qargi Academy Tribal School, which provides an education rooted in the Iñupiaq culture, language and ways of being.
Bystanders pulled Dwight Anelon, 36, into another boat after his skiff flipped and brought him to shore, Alaska State Troopers said.
Health officials say the new plumbing in the Yup’ik village is more than a convenience — it’s critical for better health.
The helicopter, operated by Maritime Helicopters, crashed but the de Havilland Beaver with six passengers was able to fly back to a lodge in Katmai National Park, authorities say.
Organizers want to make sure they reach as many musicians as possible, from traditional drummers to church choir singers to professional artists.
A cultural education program received $1 million in grant funding this year for elder mentors.
Tribes suffer some of the most severe impacts of climate change in the U.S. but often have the fewest resources to respond.
A 19-year-old is in custody after a 20-year-old man died of gunshot wounds Tuesday in the Southwest Alaska village, troopers said.
The disaster declaration makes federal money available to communities along the rivers.
Merrick Garland said he’d come to learn about public safety challenges, and a weather cancellation to a village helped him understand the delays authorities face when responding to crimes and emergencies.
Biden administration officials, joined by Rep. Mary Peltola, announced another $100 million for broadband.
Since Starlink internet became available, thousands of Alaskans have signed up, mounting antennas to fishing boats, cabin roofs and conex containers.
Watch a video of one family’s akutaq recipe, a combination of fresh salmonberries and halibut.