907 Updates March 31 & April 01, 2021

KTUU Alaska’s News Source: Inside the Gates: Soldier becomes first woman to serve in Alaska Army National Guard Infantry; Not one, but two roof avalanches caught on home security camera in Willow; Northern Edge military exercise returns to Alaska in May; US Department of Transportation offers about $47.5 million for a new Newtok airport and two other Alaskan airport projects; ‘Alaskan Nets’: A basketball documentary highlighting basketball culture and life in Metlakatla and more ->

KTOO Public Media: Alaska-based artist launches magazine exploring relationships in the first year of COVID-19; Alaskans will soon need to dial 10 digits to make in-state calls; Ketchikan school board declines to release evaluation of superintendent accused of racism and more ->

KYUK Public Media for Alaska’s Yukon-Kuskokwim Delta: Over $1 Billion For Alaska Tribes In Federal Rescue Plan; Bethel Cultural Center Opens For First Fridays, Saturday Markets; Chevak Comets Will Play AK State Tournament This Weekend. Their Team Has Been Years In The Making. And more->
Alaska Native News: CORRECTION: Victim Succumbs to Injuries Following Metlakatla Trailer Fire Tuesday; On This Day In Alaska History, March 31st, 1915 & April 1st, 1869 and more ->
Fairbanks News Webcenter 11: Women’s History Month: ‘Mardy’ Murie, grandmother of conservation and first female UAF graduate; Skip to content 4° Fairbanks, AK News Weather Sports Livestream Contests Interior Wedding Showcase College Hoops Challenge Advertisement Alaska teen wins $180,000 college scholarship from Marines; Division of Forestry: Melting snow brings fire risk, burn permits required starting Thursday and more ->
Hakai Magazine: A Rising Tide Lifts All Fishers
The Bisouv: Salmon Sausage Market Competitive Insights with Global Outlook 2021-2027| Alaska Sausage Company, Salmon’s Meat Products, Maruha Nichiro, MacKnight
Suzanne Downing, Editor, Must Read Alaska: Wednesday Newsletter
Craig Medred: Shared trails
Helen Hegener, Northern Lights Media: May-June, 2021 Alaskan History Magazine
By Courtney, Only In Your State Alaska: Step Inside The Creepy, Abandoned Town Of Port Chatham In Alaska