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  • There are at least 650 parcels of contaminated land that were conveyed to Alaska Native corporations under ANCSA
    There are at least 650 parcels of contaminated land that were conveyed to Alaska Native corporations under ANCSA

    By Molly Dischner, Alaska Journal of Commerce

    Throughout the state, Alaska Native corporations received contaminated lands as part of parcels conveyed under the Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act. Work is planned this summer to identify the all of the contaminated sites; there are at least 650, and more being discovered, according to Maver Carey, founder of the Alaska Native Village CEO Association, which is pushing for federal help in cleaning up the land.

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The Anchorage Police Department (APD) is asking residents for help in locating 33-year-old Mary Anne Alexie, who has been reported missing in Anchorage.

Alexie is originally from Fairbanks but traveled to Anchorage to attend Alaska Career College. She had only been in Anchorage for a week.

Police have confirmed that Alexie arrived in Anchorage around Noon on October 9, but she has not been heard from since October 10 around 3 a.m. after she mentioned that she was lost in Spenard, in midtown Anchorage, and she did not know where to go.

Alexie is 4-feet-11-inches tall, weighing 120 pounds with brown hair and brown eyes. If you have seen her or have any information on her whereabouts please contact APD.

Anyone with information should call Anchorage police immediately.

Anchorage Police Department 907-786-8900.