907 Updates May 18, 2021

KTUU Alaska’s News Source: Thefts at Sullivan Arena may delay hockey team return; Fish and Game: Enjoy baby wildlife from afar to be safe; Colony High senior recognized for community service and more ->
KTOO Public Media: A proposal for a contentious ATV trail in Juneau is out for public comment; Seward 17-year-old Lydia Jacoby prepares for Olympic trials; ‘Thankful for everything they’ve done’: Anchorage students turn health workers’ selfies into art and more ->
Alaska Native News: Five Alaska Guardsmen compete for title of “Best Warrior”; Bill to increase support for children, dependents of unemployed for first time in 40 years passes House; Measure supporting Alaska’s aquatic farmers unanimously passes Legislature and more ->
Fairbanks News Webcenter 11: Troopers say death of Eagle man was homicide; This Fairbanks fiber mill owner spins a yarn about wool and more ->
By Natalie Clunan, Only In Your State Alaska: This Alaskan Crab Boat Tour Adventure Is Like None Other In The World

Sandra “Sandy” Olibrice
In 1993, she moved to Valdez, AK, to work for the state’s battered women’s shelter programs. She traveled by small plane to remote villages throughout Alaska as part of her work. She experienced firsthand the rugged beauty of Alaska. She also experienced the pain of the people she worked so hard to help. Sandy later moved to Anchorage, AK, where she met Phaniel Olibrice. They married in 2005. Together they shared their love for oceans, people, different cultures and travel. They later divorced but remained close friends. Sandy retired in 2017 due to health problems and moved back to Little Falls.