907 Updates November 12, 13, 14, 15 & 16, 2022

KTUU: Police detain trio of juveniles in Abbott Loop homicide investigation; New guide hopes to give tourists a chance to appreciate Alaska Native cultures; New veteran-owned business The Dirty Apron offers cooking classes and more and more ->
KTOO: Former UAS professor Sol Neely honored with a fire dish memorial in Juneau; Prince of Wales wolves are highly inbred, biologists say; Dead bowheads in Beaufort and Chukchi point to increased killer whale presence in Arctic; Good news, Alaskans: Your emus are legal now and more ->
KYUK: Bethel veterans recall service and life beyond it and more ->
Alaska Native News: This Day in Alaska History-November 12th, 1910; This Day in Alaska History-November 13th, 1913; This Day in Alaska History-November 14th, 1938; This Day in Alaska History-November 15th, 1913; This Day in Alaska History-November 16th, 1973 and more ->
Fairbanis News Webcenter 11: Active shooter response exercise put on by UAF; Women Veterans share their stories and are celebrated for their service and more ->
The Arctic Sounder: Anaktuvuk Pass Elders return the remains of a Nunamiut man to the village, bringing residents joy and a sense of healing; With rituals, knowledge and care, Alaska Native birthworkers support families throughout the birthing process and more ->

KINY: Exhibits on Vietnam War and G.I. peace movement opens at UAS; Column: In Honor of Walter A. Soboleff Day; A Writer Remembers Ethel Lund; National Hiking Day coming up and more ->
KSTK: Learning Lingít at lunch; Wrangell has a dam problem. Officials hope a recent survey will point to a solution. And more ->
The Seward Journal: November 16 to November 22, 2022

KFSK: Petersburg School District hosts Veteran’s Day Parade; Petersburg Borough to be Represented by Anchorage Legal Team in Lawsuit; Inside Ashley Lohr’s World of Abstract Enamel Jewelry and more ->
KRBD: Judy Zenge honored as Citizen of the Year at Ketchikan Chamber gala and more ->
By Diane Kaplan, Rasmuson Foundation: Dear Alaska: My new chapter is about to begin
Craig Medred: Holiday showers?
By Dan Bross, KUAC – Fairbanks: Predator reduction efforts have not increased moose harvests, study says

By Nancy Lord, Book review: A new edition of a 19th century sea voyage opens a window into the era’s fascination with the Arctic
By Courtney, Only In Your State Alaska: Here Are The 10 Most Dangerous, Deadly Places In Alaska
By Megan McDonad, Only In Your State Alaska: Walk Through A Winter Wonderland To The Frozen South Fork Waterfalls
By Courtney, Only In Your State Alaska: Only In Alaska Will You See Something Like This On A Rafting Trip Down The River