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mark trahant

Veteran journalist Mark Trahant started working in radio broadcasting as a teenager. Forty-some years later he’s now leading Indian Country Today, a national publication that focuses Native issues and policies. His goal is to bring more Native stories and more Native journalists to the public eye.

"Positive... inspiring"

By Independent journalist Mark Trahant, and Lori Townsend, APRN

Native Americans could change the outcome of the upcoming general election... if they would turn out and vote

U.S. Senate candidates Mark Begich and Dan Sullivan woo Alaska Native voters

As KYUK's Ben Matheson reports, this year's U.S. Senate race in Alaska is shattering spending records, with tens of millions of dollars from outside Alaska going mostly toward TV ads. With less than two months to go before the general election, the two candidates are also seeking an edge on the ground in rural Alaska.

PFD applications must be filed online or postmarked by March 31st, Monday.

In Unalaska, city managers work to protect eagle nests... and to protect people who get attacked for inadvertently coming too close.

UAA is hosting a town hall meeting on "Journalism in the Digital Age," facilitated by Atwood Chair of Journalism Mark Trahant.