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Students from the Kenai Peninsula College Semester by the Bay program have been working to put together a beluga skeleton for the Kenaitze Indian Tribe Kahtnuht’ana Duhdeldiht Campus. The donation-funded and volunteer-staffed Cooper Landing Emergency Services department is raising funds to outfit a new group of volunteers with up-to-date fire-resistant equipment. Alaska school districts are facing unprecedented challenges in hiring and turnover, school administrators told lawmakers on Monday.

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Jamie Diep is a reporter/host for KBBI from Portland, Oregon. They joined KBBI right after getting a degree in music and Anthropology from the University of Oregon. They’ve built a strong passion for public radio through their work with OPB in Portland and the Here I Stand Project in Taipei, Taiwan.Jamie covers everything related to Homer and the Kenai Peninsula, and they’re particularly interested in education and environmental reporting. You can reach them at to send story ideas.