907 Updates February 26, 2020

KTVA The Voice of Alaska: NTSB: Detailed wreckage report pending for Southwest Alaska commuter plane crash; Ketchikan port works out coronavirus emergency plan ahead of Alaska cruise ship season; Public meetings held in Anchorage to gather feedback on mental health needs; Alaska school districts to get new buses from $4M settlement with Volkswagen; Anchorage Assembly agrees to cover $288k Sullivan Arena deficit; Neighborhood Hero Awards celebration honors Anchorage entrepreneurs; Alaska SeaLife Center cares for rescued sea otter pup and more ->
KTUU: Unalaska man dies after being buried in an Avalanche; IRS to perform Tax season Check-ins; The story behind the Alaska State Parks 50th Anniversary poster; SOY Rondy Button; 2020 Barista Cup and more ->
KYUK Public Media for Alaska’s Yukon-Kuskokwim Delta: Former Bethel Principal Chris Carmichael’s Trial Rescheduled For October; Bethel City Council Will Look At Approving City Manager And City Attorney Contracts; BLM Urges Public To Comment On Red Devil Mine Cleanup Plan and more ->
Alaska Native News: Savoonga Man Arrested on Sexual Assault of a Minor/Assault Charges Tuesday; 18-Year-Old Arrested on Weapons Misconduct/Theft Charges Following Routine Traffic Stop on New Seward; A Life Shaped by Spiritual Connection to Land and Sea; Diverse Group of Legislators Introduces Bill to Protect Alaska’s Apprenticeship System and more ->
Fairbanks News Webcenter 11: AST releases February most wanted list for Fairbanks; Fairbanks pediatrician Dr. Marvin Bergeson to retire after more than 35 years with Tanana Valley Clinic; Borough commission postpones smoke free parks decision and more ->
Helen Hegener’s Alaskan History Magazine: Esther Birdsall Darling and more ->
First Lady Rose Dunleavy has opened nominations for the 2020 First Lady Volunteer of the Year Awards. This annual tradition honors outstanding volunteers from across the state that make a difference in their communities.

Nominations will be accepted through March 1st and can be submitted online at: https://gov.alaska.gov/home/first-lady-volunteer-awards/ or by using a paper nomination form that are available for pick up at the Governor’s offices in Anchorage, Juneau, Fairbanks, and Palmer.
Suzanne Downing, Must Read Alaska: Trove of old Alaska photos for auction in Great Britain and more ->
By Craig Medred: Trouble magnet