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In Deering, What they lost could be anything from 10 to 15 to 20 feet of beach. [Read More]
Edna Sue Karmun Oliver was born on October 1, 1956 in Deering, Alaska.  She was the sixth child and fifth daughter born to Dan and... [Read More]
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Lorena was born in Deering, a small village on the Northern shore of the Seward Peninsula. Her father was a full blood Eskimo but her... [Read More]
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[...] for many remote communities that rely on costly imported diesel fuel for their power source, they're too expensive to operate. [...] the state... [Read More]
Elsie Kay (Karmun) McConnell was born on October 21, 1953, in Deering, Alaska to Dan and Ethel Karmun.  Elsie loved her family immensely. She... [Read More]
With 40 House seats and 10 Senate seats up for grabs across Alaska's 570,000 square miles in Tuesday's primary, candidates walked, drove, and even chartered... [Read More]
from small children to the oldest man in town... [Read More]
SUBMITTED PHOTO  St. John's Lutheran Church of Conover is sending three short-term mission teams to Alaska this summer. The first team leaves this month and... [Read More]
Wednesday's flooding along an airport road in the Northwest Arctic Borough community of Deering due to Inmachuck River ice jams has prompted a pair of disaster declarations from area authorities,... [Read More]
The National Weather Service has issued a flood warning for parts of the Seward Peninsula as two ice jams along the Inmachuk River are causing... [Read More]
The National Weather Service says ice jams have put the Western Alaska village of Deering at risk for moderate to major flooding. Buildings have been designated for villagers' relocation... [Read More]
Sen. Bernie Sanders' momentous march for consideration at the Democratic convention is yielding to simple arithmetic. However, seeing Mainers caucusing at Deering High, in a... [Read More]
With caribou nearby, Alaska's rural villages see more predators too Villages like Deering and Selawik have seen wolves and bears closer to town than usual... [Read More]
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