907 Updates June 23, 2022

KTUU Alaska’s News Source: Library stabbing victim concerned her attacker could go free; Major multi-vehicle accident closes C Street in Midtown; Mat-Su College students work with LifeMed for emergency simulation training and more ->

KTOO Alaska’s Public Media: Margined white butterflies are hanging out by Mendenhall Glacier. Here’s why.; In victory for commercial fishermen, court orders Cook Inlet fishery to reopen and more ->
KYUK Public Media for Alaska’s Yukon-Kuskokwim Delta: As smoke from tundra fires increases in the region, a cheap new device can help measure air quality and more ->

Alaska Native News: Recover Alaska launches resource line providing recovery support for Alaskans; Felon Arrested after Shots-Fired near McCarrey and Taku Drive; Utqiagvik, where there’s still snow in June; This Day In Alaska History June 23rd, 1888 and more ->
Fairbanks News Webcenter 11: Fire Preparedness raised to Level 4 for Alaska; Borough Animal Shelter sees increased intakes, fewer adoptions and more ->
KINY: Sitka drinking water takes national prize for its taste; Mayor: Rockslide in Skagway litters cruiseship dock with debris and more ->
Resurrection Bay Historial Socety
This year’s Founders Day Celebration will feature guest speaker Bev Dunham giving a presentation about Sol Urie (aka “Mr. Seward) at 1 pm Sunday, Aug. 28 in the Community Room of the Seward Community Library & Museum. The day’s events mark the anniversary of the founding of Seward in 1903. There will be free admission to the museum where Sue McClure will play tunes on the pump organ, and don’t miss the anniversary cake and the open house from 1-4 pm in the community room.

KRBD: Gov. Mike Dunleavy talks ferries, tribes and other key issues in KRBD interview and more ->


By Megan McDonald, Only In Your State Alaska: The Largest Brown Bear Sanctuary In The World Is In Alaska, And It’s Magical

FYI, please share as appropriate:

A. J. Dimond High Graduates ’68-’75 Reunion

Event Timing: July 15, 16, 17, 2022

$100 per person OR $150 for a couple (spouse/partner/significant other)

Have questions? Contact us, Suzie Hill Koklich or Peter Morgan at:




Well we posted the notice and registration information about a month ago – we have just about 30 folks signed up. Some with s/o, some with not – please try to get the word out and urge folks to register sooner rather than later – we do have some up front costs we are going to need to pay.

Here is the link for registration. https://forms.gle/9ehJD8MBoPmasPH46
Also note that when you select PayPal (please use friends and family NOT goods and services or it costs us a fee) or Venmo, you have to then log onto your PayPal or Venmo account to pay, this does not automatically take you there.

Thanks a bunch and we will see you all in July – and hopefully MORE
A. J. Dimond High Graduates ’68-’75 Reunion