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By Leroy Polk: Lawmaker: Alaska student disciplined after she kneed boy in girls bathroom

“The district does not encourage students or staff to use force against students, staff, or visitors to school facilities. Students or staff who use force against another person on school grounds could be subject to disciplinary action, depending on the facts and circumstances of the incident,” the statement said.

“She did the right thing, and we should be backing her, not having her sitting at home wondering whether she made the right decision or not,” Wilson said.
By Kristen Durand: Volunteer search and rescue dive team is raising funds to replace a life-saving piece of equipment
KTOO Public Media: With building set for demolition, future of city’s cold weather shelter unclear; Gardentalk – Planting and seed starting and more ->
KYUK Public Media for Alaska’s Yukon-Kuskokwim Delta: Bethel Kuskokwim River Ice Breaks At 4:02 P.M. On Friday, April 12; February, March Break Temperature Records In Bethel; City Manager Pete Williams Talks Bethel’s Road Problems and more ->
Alaska Native News: Troopers Seek Escapee from Point Mackenzie Work Farm; Yute Air PA-32 Crashes Northeast of Bethel and more ->
Fairbanks News Webcenter 11: Science potpourri bring fun for the whole family; Officials conduct exercise to test Fairbanks outbreak readiness and more ->
The Arctic Sounder: Clarence Wood named honorary musher; Mushers experience the magic of the trail and more ->
Alaska News from APRN: AK Experimental tilapia skin burn treatment heals Haines dog; 49 Voices John Fitka of Tuntutuliak and more ->
By Scott Gross: Inside the Gates: The squadron that kept the 176th Wing on its feet after the earthquake
By Chris Klint: Academics outraged by presence of ex-UAA anthropology professor at conference