907 Updates July 25 & 26, 2022

Obituary: Earl Arthur Nelson 1934 – 2022
Fairbanks News Webcenter 11: Fairbanks Police Department seeks information on death of Meleah Angel Peter and more ->
KTUU: Seismic concerns shutter Anchorage school; nearly 400 students to be relocated; New organization forms in support of controversial Mat-Su road project West Susitna Access Project advanced to phase three last December, despite public opposition; Telling Alaska’s Story: Colony House Museum in Palmer is a window into Alaska’s past; Local fishermen and communities launch “Fish for Families” to help address declines of salmon throughout Alaska; Anaya Latin Dance hosts Salsa in the Park dance classes and more ->


KTOO: Interior windstorm starts fires and briefly knocks out 911 service; Village public safety officers get opioid response training in Juneau as statewide overdose rates climb and more ->

KYUK: Kuskokwim Bay fishermen lose out on summer income after fish buyer fails to secure a processing boat and more ->
Alaska Native News: Two Remanded to Wildwood following Tuesday Morning Disturbance call from Copper River Seafood; Deputy Attorney General’s Opinion Provides Guidance to School Districts on Public Correspondence School Allotments and Private School Uses; This Day in Alaska History-July 25th, 1912, July 26th, 1950 and more ->


KINY: Hoonah to hold National Night Out event in August; UPDATE: Police discover cause of Hoonah bus incident on Monday and more ->


KFSK: Hatchery chums returning strong in Southeast Alaska and more ->

KRBD: Years of work come to an end with the opening ceremony of the Metlakatla Veterans Memorial Cemetery and more ->

KUCB: Fishermen’s memorial planned for Unalaska and more ->

By StrongHearts Native Helpline: Impacts of the Roe v. Wade Decision on Native American and Alaska Native Women Sexual Violence Victim-Survivors

Podcast with Mat-Su Borough Edna DeVries. She is a living legend in politics in Alaska, and the founder of the Alaska School of Government
Podcast with best-selling author Melissa Cook. She wrote “The Call of the Last Frontier,” about her 20 years teaching in rural Alaska
By Megan McDonald, Only In Your State Alaska: The Small Town In Alaska That Is Home To Countless Breathtaking Waterfalls
By Megan McDonald, Only In Your State Alaska: Take This Easy Trail To An Amazing Series of Waterfalls In Alaska
No damage to the Park by these vehicles?
By Megan McDonald, Only In Your State Alaska: The One Of A Kind Adventure Tour That Takes You Deep Into Denali National Park
DIY Alaskan lifestyle: Dipnetting Alaska’s Copper River Red Salmon | 2022 Meat Run |

Simple Living Alaska: A Rough Week with a Sweet Ending | Summer Days at the Cabin