907 Updates November 06, 07, 08, 09, 10 & 11, 2022

KTUU: Police investigating Spenard area homicide; 1 dead in plane crash in Matanuska River near Chickaloon; Friends and family remember Eagle River’s Sara Mason who died scuba diving; Born to be wild: Bird TLC rehabilitates 2 bald eagles and more ->
KTOO: Victims’ families settle suits in Gary Knopp midair collision over Soldotna; Juneau’s volunteer workforce not immune to lingering pandemic effects; Alaska Native nonprofit puts culture at the forefront of addiction prevention and more ->
KYUK: Bethel-area fiber broadband project gets a Yup’ik name; ‘Airraq is a string used to tell stories’ and more ->
Alaska Native News: 21-Year-old Polu Pleads Guilty to 2018 Murder; In Honor of All of Our Veterans on this, their Day; This Day in Alaska History-November 6th, 1907; This Day in Alaska History-November 7th, 1913; This Day in Alaska History-November 8th, 1955; This Day in Alaska History-November 9th, 1929; This Day in Alaska History-November 10th, 1911; This Day in Alaska History-November 11th, 1919 and more ->
Fairbanks News Webcenter 11: Fairbanks man charged with 1st Degree Murder in Washington Drive homicide; 19-year old North Pole resident dies in house fire and more ->
The Arctic Sounder: Numerals invented by a handful of Kaktovik students can now be used digitally and more ->
KINY: Pilot dead in Matanuska River plane crash; Fairbanks Man indicted for murder of One-Year-Old Child and more ->
The Seward Journal November 09 to November 15, 2022
KFSK: Alaska’s salmon worth $720.4 million this year and more ->
KRBD: Ketchikan’s school district wants feedback on calendar that would move early release to Fridays and more ->
Craig Medred: War & peace
Craig Medred: Broken promises

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