Utqiagvik

Ut·qi·ag·vik

(o͞ot′kē-äg′vĭk), Formerly Bar·row (băr′ō)
The northernmost city of the United States, located in north-central Alaska on the Arctic Ocean near Point Barrow.
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Alaska's eleven terminals were built at state-owned airports in Nome, Bethel, Kotzebue, Kodiak, Utqiagvik, Deadhorse, Cordova, Yakutat, Gustavus, Petersburg, and Wrangell.
Michael, Noorvik, Kiana, Elim, Koyuk, Shungnak and Utqiagvik means that GCI wireless customers in those communities can watch movies and stream music on their handheld devices and use their favorite social media apps like Facebook and Snapchat.
The runway at the airport at Utqiagvik, Alaska's northernmost city, was blocked last week by a huge seal which was believed to be 450 pounds.
NYT Syndicate We spoke with Ross Burgener, a technician at the Barrow Observatory in Utqiagvik, Alaska, about the joys and challenges of working in a remote northern location.
Six Alaska coastal communities will have high-speed internet access with this first phase: Nome, Kotzebue, Point Hope, Wainwright, Utqiagvik (formerly Barrow) and Deadhorse.
Powered by Quintillion's new submarine fiber optic cable, Alaska Communications will bring new services to Utqiagvik (formerly known as Barrow), Nome, Kotzebue, Point Hope and Wainwright, some of Alaska's northernmost communities.
1990 "Excavations at Mound 34," in The Utqiagvik Excavations, Volume 2: Additional Reports of the 1982 Investigations by the Utqiagvik Archaeology Project, Barrow, Alaska, edited by A.
Since 1973, Junior Achievement has served K-12 students statewide from Utqiagvik to Ketchikan.
Tuzzy, which serves as the library for the town of Utqiagvik (formerly Barrow), AK and the tribal institution of Ilisagvik College, becomes the northernmost library in the FDLP.
That's because Arctic Slope Regional Corporation (ASRC), headquartered in Utqiagvik, each year sends shareholders to the US Space & Rocket Center's Space Academy in Huntsville, Alabama.
On the morning of 11 December 2001, significant parts of the shorefast ice cover broke off and drifted away between the town of Barrow and Utqiagvik I[+ or -]upiat Corporation-NARL (see Fig.