907 Updates June 03, 2020

KTVA The Voice of Alaska: Dunleavy creates working group, puts DPS project to consolidate 911 services on hold; New website offers in-state travel deals for Alaskans; Kenai offers free advertising on its dipnetting app; Port MacKenzie welcomes first deep-draft vessel in 5 years and more ->
KTUU: Remembering Cynthia Hoffman with a memorial ride; City of Palmer places chief of police on administrative leave due to “inappropriate social media postings”; Items still hard to find in the pandemic and more ->
KTOO Public Media: Pandemic stirs greater demand for local meat and produce as Alaskans head into summer; Census undercount may lead to less funding for Tlingit and Haida ; Walk-on ferry passenger learns the hard way about new policy reducing capacity during pandemic and more ->
KYUK Public Media for Alaska’s Yukon-Kuskokwim Delta: Teenage Boy Missing In Bethel; Airlines Say All Y-K Delta Villages Have Service. But It’s Not The Same As Before The Pandemic and more ->
Alaska Native News: Sen. Micciche Calls for Halt to DPS Plan to Centralize 911 Service; Lawmaker Calls on Governor to Require Face Coverings in Public in Response to COVID-19 Spike; ustice Department Awards Nearly $400 Million for Law Enforcement Hiring to Advance Community Policing; Lunchtime Chats with Tlingit & Haida and more ->
Fairbanks News Webcenter 11: ‘Smokenado’ formed near Fairbanks makes for entrancing visual; Afognak Native Corporation purchases Brown Jug and more ->
AK On The Go: This Summer, “Show Up For Alaska”
Craig Medred: Where are they?
Suzanne Downing Must Read Alaska: Fairbanks Espresso doubles down, calls its pro-Trump customers ‘fascists,’ ‘nazis’ and more ->
By Megan McDonald, Only In Your State Alaska: One Of The Oldest Airports In The U.S., Merrill Field In Alaska Is Now 90 Years Old
By Megan McDonald, Only In Your State Alaska: You’ll Never Want To Leave These Dreamy Cabins In This Quaint Alaskan Mining Town
49 Writers Blog: Walking the Distance: Mandy Ramsey