July 2012

The panel for this week’s Talk Line featured Fran Reich, John Active, and Joe Moses. Many callers had a plethora of thoughts and comments regarding Calista’s leadership and practices. Another hot topic introduced by the hosts was Barrick Gold’s recent decision to drop its planned investment in Donlin Gold. What did a Donlin Gold representative have to say about the topic? Listen below to find out.

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Y/K delta WEIO results

by Sophie Evan on July 27, 2012

We have results of how Y/K Delta Native Olympians fared at the 2012 World Eskimo Indian Olympics that were held in Fairbanks last weekend.

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Barrick Gold announced today that it was dropping its planned investment in Donlin Gold. In Barrick’s second quarter results, it stated that Donlin Gold does not currently meet its investment criteria. Barrick reported a 35 percent drop in its earnings.
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Chum escapement numbers on the Kanektok River near Quinhagak this year are by far the lowest on record. Read more →

The body of a missing Kwethluk man was found Tuesday by a search and rescue team near fishcamps on the Napaskiak Slough.

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The Chikuminuk Lake Hydropower project in Southwest Alaska has hit a road block early on. A permit request for field studies has been denied by the State Department of Natural Resources. However, Nuvista Light and Electric Cooperative, Inc. says they are still moving forward with the project.

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