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Alaska Science Forum: The mammoth mystery of St. Paul Island

...Radiocarbon dating showed the mammoth died about 6,500 years ago. Here was proof that mammoths lived on the Bering Sea island thousands of years after the creatures vanished from mainland Alaska.There began a detective story that attracted...

http://juneauempire.com/outdoors/2014-10-03/alaska-science-forum-mammoth-mystery
Outdoors
Coast Guard suspends search for research vessel crew

...member missing from a vessel under research contract to the International Pacific Halibut Commission off a distant Bering Sea island, once called Alaska's most remote point. Sound off on the important issues at The crew member was lost when a...

http://www.juneauempire.com/stories/072506/sta_20060725015.shtml
News
PCB report on St. Lawrence Island stirs controversy among scientists, health officials

...issued a bulletin rebutting the conclusion of an environmental group that low-level PCBs found in residents of the Bering Sea island appeared to come from an abandoned military site. The state also said the study was flawed and failed to prove that...

http://www.juneauempire.com/stories/022303/sta_pcbreport.shtml
News
Treasure from the Past

...1951-52 Journal of Juan and Rie Muñoz, Teachers on a Bering Sea Island," which hit bookstores this month. King Island...1951-52 Journal of Juan and Rie Muñoz, Teachers on a Bering Sea Island," First Friday Gallery Walk book signing with Rie...

http://www.juneauempire.com/stories/113007/loc_20071130037.shtml
News
Ancient mask from Alaska ghost village returned to Natives

...stranger that would change all that for the King Island settlement that relocated to Nome, 80 miles southeast of the Bering Sea island on Alaska's western coast. Charlene Saclamana, tribal coordinator with the Nome-based King Island Native Community...

http://www.juneauempire.com/stories/011708/sta_237525330.shtml
State
Ancient mask from Alaska ghost village returned to Natives

...stranger that would change all that for the King Island settlement that relocated to Nome, 80 miles southeast of the Bering Sea island on Alaska's western coast. Charlene Saclamana, tribal coordinator with the Nome-based King Island Native Community...

http://www.juneauempire.com/stories/011708/sta_20080117008.shtml
News
Federal rules stall funding for rural plumbing projects

...another village. By now, indoor plumbing should have been installed in the homes of 10 families in Mekoryuk, a Bering Sea island village, said Lynn Marino, with the state's Village Safe Water program. The homes are part of an $800,000...

http://www.juneauempire.com/stories/032307/sta_20070323028.shtml
News
Study: St. Lawrence residents have high levels of PCBs

...under a federal environmental health grant. Overall, Natives of Gambell and Savoonga, the two communities on the Bering Sea island, averaged 7.5 parts per billion of PCBs in their blood, compared with a national average of 0.9-1.5, according...

http://www.juneauempire.com/stories/100402/sta_pcbs.shtml
News
Alaska Digest

...ranges. Tanadgusix's shareholders are the Native residents of St. Paul, a village of 700 people on a remote Bering Sea island. The floating dock, the length of almost two football fields, was built in 1944 and required significant cleanup...

http://www.juneauempire.com/stories/071304/sta_akdigest.shtml
News
Alaska Digest

...Judge John W. Sedwick told Michael Richard Zacharof - the former president of the Aleut tribal government on the Bering Sea island - that the lure of money caused him to betray his values, leaving him banned from the annual hunt, and his family...

http://www.juneauempire.com/stories/100407/sta_20071004012.shtml
News

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