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UAF names new leader for student affairs None 

UAF names new leader for student affairs

Keith Champagne, a veteran student services administrator at Central Washington University, has been selected to serve as the new vice chancellor for student affairs at the University of Alaska Fairbanks.

Arctic Innovation Competition accepting submissions None 
RurAL CAP Announces Additions to the Leadership Team None 

RurAL CAP Announces Additions to the Leadership Team

The Rural Alaska Community Action Program, Inc. (RurAL CAP) is pleased to announce three new additions to its Leadership Team.

Forest regeneration experiment of 30 years yields results None 
AARP Community Challenge Names Alaska Non-Profit as Recipient None 

AARP Community Challenge Names Alaska Non-Profit as Recipient

AARP Alaska announces a winner for the AARP Community Challenge, which aims to create change and improve quality of life in communities across the nation for people of all ages.

North Korea blast lights up Alaska seismometers None 

North Korea blast lights up Alaska seismometers

On Saturday night, Matt Gardine was at home outside Fairbanks playing with his daughter when his phone beeped. As the seismologist on call with the Alaska Earthquake Center, Gardine’s duty was to get information out about detectable earthquakes right after they happen.

Join The Arc of Anchorage for Trunk-Or-Treat on Saturday, September 16! None 

Join The Arc of Anchorage for Trunk-Or-Treat on Saturday, September 16!

Join us Saturday, September 16, 2017 for a family friendly and inclusive trunk-or-treating event at The Arc's large and level surfaced parking lot before the cold of October comes! Trunk-or-Treat guests will walk to each decorated vehicle's "trunk station" and collect candy and small prizes. Admission ticket includes a treat collection bag, treats and prizes at trunk stations.

EATA Fall 2017 Newsletter None 
Numerous Athletes Compete in State Tournament None 

Numerous Athletes Compete in State Tournament

Striving to get closest to the pallina or sinking your putt will be the goal for Special Olympics Alaska athletes competing in the 2017 Special Olympics Alaska Fall Tournament. This tournament will draw nearly 200 athletes, coaches and volunteers to Anchorage September 9-10. The following Alaskan communities will be competing in the Fall Tournament: Anchorage, Homer, Ketchikan, Kodiak, Mat-Su and Fairbanks.

Agreement is reached to repair and reopen “The Dome” None 

Agreement is reached to repair and reopen “The Dome”

The board of directors of “The Dome” is pleased to announce that a definitive agreement has been reached to repair and reopen the facility. The Dome is expected to reopened to the public by mid-November.