907 Updates July 13, 2019

KTVA The Voice of Alaska: ‘It brings hope’: Rural communities eager to use new funding; Inside the Gates: Guardians of the Last Frontier select new command chief; From meals to work opportunities, Operation: Reborn! offers more than free haircuts; Special Olympics’ Camp Shriver is a catalyst for inclusion and more ->
KTUU: Drone, float plane interrupt Swan Lake Fire aerial operations; Car nearly lost in Ketchikan sinkhole; Meet Alaska’s latest dual sport athlete Harry Weigle and more ->
KTOO Public Media: Juneau officials lift borough-wide ‘air emergency’; Jökulhlaup watch: Scientists, Juneau officials waiting for Suicide Basin’s glacial dam release; How hospital ERs in Alaska are helping patients with opioid use disorder and more ->
Alaska Native News: Fleeing Warrant Subject Flees into Woods but Inadvertently Gives Away Position and more ->
Fairbanks News Webcenter 11: Fire managers use inferred to see through smoke; An update on the Hess Creek Fire and more ->
By Craig Medred: Whineland
Now here’s some free advice if you believe this nonsense: Leave.

Leave now. Abandon the rotting carcass of Alaska while you can. Don’t let the door hit you in the ass. The state has grown a surplus of whiners and wimps.

Go. You won’t be missed in the least.

Meanwhile, if you decide you’re going to stay, shut up and get to work.

This is what Alaskans used to do. This is what was called “the Alaska spirit.”