907 Updates July 07, 08 & 09, 2022

KTUU: Anchorage 19-year-old indicted on additional murder charges from Taku Lake shooting, police say; Outside The Gates: American flags get honorable retirement; Discussions continue on ordinance that could establish process to remove a mayor from office and more ->
KTOO: ‘He kept my head up. He’s the hero’: Three survive sinking of fishing boat in Southeast Alaska; Tracing a lineage of Chilkat weavers in ‘A Life Painted in Yarn’; For the first time, a Juneau bat tested positive for rabies; Universal free school meal program going away for about half of Alaska’s schools and more ->

Alaska Native News: Wasilla Suspect in Ghillie suit Apprehended and Arrested on Stalking Charges; A Half Century in a Difficult, Dynamic Place; This Day In Alaska History July 7th, 1958, July 8th, 1937, July 9th, 1958 and more ->

The Arctic Sounder: Dancers and community celebrate the return of Qatnut ‘as one’; Electric vehicle rally will bring Teslas and Rivians to the North Slope in August and more ->
KFSK: The budworm is back; New Forest Service district ranger starts work in Petersburg and more ->

kRbD: Four decades later, a cruise unites a Ketchikan resident and the family he helped find refuge in the U.S.; City Council rejects ban on conversion therapy in Ketchikan, approves term limit ballot question and more ->

By: Cristen Hemingway Jaynes, Eco Watch: Birdwatchers Flock to Alaska, Bringing Millions in Revenue and Incentives for Habitat Conservation

Craig Medred: Trading Fears