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Dozens of aftershocks expected on island

...station that served as a submarine surveillance center during the Cold War. Later, the facilities were acquired by the Aleut Corp. - a regional native corporation - in a federal land-transfer agreement. It became a city in 2001 and today retains...
State to fund study of polar cargo route

...between the Aleutian and Icelandic ports to share information and pursue gathering other logistical information to establish the route. The study likely would be commissioned by the Institute of the North, the city of Adak and the Aleut Corp.
Northwest Digest

...and chief executive officer of Aleut Enterprise LLC, which owns Frosty Fuels. Aleut Enterprise is a subsidiary of the Aleut Corp., a regional Native corporation. "We are waiting for our barge delivery company to deliver our product ordered...
State Briefs

Boise angler lands 89.25-pound Kenai king salmon; Senate approves Adak land transfer; Trial of teen accused of killing infant delayed until Dec.; Company offers reward for clues in Zutz murder; Barrow to have first sunset in almost three months; Kodiak man faces federal charges
Floating missile radar station set to sail for Adak

...step for Adak's redevelopment and economy, Jensen said. Up to 100 people will work inside the huge structure. The Aleut Corp. and its subsidiaries expect to play a support role for the radar station, he said. Aleut Technologies, a subsidiary...
Alaska Digest

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State Briefs

...old base for a similar amount of corporation land. The Adak transfer provision includes a land appraisal tax break the Aleut Corp. wanted. It is attached to a Defense Authorization bill being negotiated by House and Senate conferees. The defense...
Justice OKs redistricting plan over Aleut objection for The Aleut Corp. "Under the plan they would be lumped in the same district and outvoted," DuBrock said. The Aleut Corp. favors returning to a pre-1994 district, which included Natives in the Aleutian chain with Kodiak, which shares...
State levies $150 fine against Ben Stevens for not revealing chairmanship

...approved pollock allocation pushed in 2003 by Stevens' father, U.S. Sen. Ted Stevens, R-Alaska. Officials with the Aleut Corp., which was awarded the rights to the pollock, say Ben Stevens kept his option secret when he voted as a board member...
Juneau Empire Story Archive

Yet in the last 200 years, Alaska Aleuts were essentially enslaved seal hunters first for the Russians and later for the U.S. government. The federal treasury made at least $93 million dollars off the seal pelts Aleuts harvested, who worked for little more than room and board.


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