907 Updates April 09, 2020

The Arctic Sounder: Community remembers Dionne Nelson as a ‘spitfire’ with a big heart and more ->
KTVA The Voice of Alaska: Jams for Fams keeps kids active with streaming dance parties; Anchorage teenager accused of strangling, shooting girlfriend cites COVID-19 in request for lower bail and more ->
KTOO Public Media: Alaskans are panic-buying seeds for their pandemic gardens; ‘You’re number 10’: A Juneau COVID-19 patient recounts how she weathered the disease at home and more ->
Fairbanks News Webcenter 11: Nenana Ice Classic extends deadline to buy tickets: adds option to mail in guesses and more ->
Craig Medred: Ultimate isolation
Dear Alaskan,

Senator Murkowski and I held our first COVID-19 virtual town hall last week, reaching thousands of Alaskans in all corners of the state. We wanted to to extend another opportunity to answer the questions you and your neighbors have about the coronavirus pandemic and the economic recovery package, including unemployment insurance, forgivable loans for small businesses, stimulus payments for individuals and families, and changes to tax filing deadlines.

Please join us this evening, April 9, from 5:15-6:15pm (AKDT) for another productive discussion. To register, please click:

You can also find answers, resources and helpful links on my website at sullivan.senate.gov/coronavirus. If you have any other questions or challenges, please reach out to my team in Anchorage at 907.271.5915 or on my website. I look forward to hearing from you tonight.

Senator Dan Sullivan