907 Updates September 21, 2016
Four males against one 72 year old. Obviously this man is scary as fuc@ since these youngsters were afraid to go one on one with him~.
Michelle Theriault Boots: 72-year-old man beaten in home invasion remains in critical condition
The attackers were described as “four Samoan males, one very heavy set, three of average build, one with wavy blonde hair,” police said.
Once again,the brouhaha on National Anthemn being played before a game. Not real life, a game.
Colin Kaepernick Has been playing football since 2011, now in 2016 he is concerned about racial problems. He will kneel before a game, will he forfeit his pay for playing a game?
Why is it a concern now? Also, football is just a game, and is anyone being forced to play? Why do these kids not want their names publicized?
Stephan Wiebe: West High football players who knelt during national anthem aren’t speaking publicly
Beth Bragg contributed to this report.
The district’s policy on patriotic assembly gives students the right to not participate in the daily Pledge of Allegiance: “A student who chooses not to participate must maintain a respectful silence and may not be disruptive while others are reciting the pledge.”
Would you take one-time PFD payout instead of a year-to-year?
Ben Anderson: On Friday, Alaskans will find out this year’s PFD amount — and what it could have been
Paula Dobbyn: Need some midnight espresso? New 24-hour coffee hut opens in Anchorage
Pat Kinnebrew, who co-owns the business, said he expects the coffee hut to also be popular with cabbies, police, and others who work night shifts.
Seven women have been hired to cover the dayside hours. Two men — a former Marine and a former Thursday Night at the Fights boxer – are scheduled to work the graveyard shifts, Woody said.
Tegan Hanlon: YWCA Alaska names this year’s Women of Achievement
The presentation is set for 5:15 p.m. Nov. 3 at the Discovery Theatre at the Alaska Center for the Performing Arts.
The 2016 Women of Achievement are:
Sheri Buretta, chair of the Chugach Alaska Corp. board of directors
Judith Crotty, Wells Fargo community development regional manager
Mara Kimmel, Alaska Institute for Justice co-founder and Anchorage first lady
Kris Norosz, Icicle Seafoods’ director of government affairs
Deena Paramo, Anchorage School District superintendent
Elizabeth Ripley, Mat-Su Health Foundation executive director
Elizabeth Pierce, Quintillion Subsea Operations chief executive
The Rev. Julia Seymour, pastor at Lutheran Church of Hope
Alaska state Rep. Ivy Spohnholz, D-Anchorage
Carol Swartz, Kenai Peninsula College’s Kachemak Bay campus director