907 Updates October 01, 2022

KTUU: Municipal attorney identifies challenges for using Golden Lion Hotel as homeless shelter; Wasilla man to serve 20 years for 2019 murder; Orange Shirt Day brings awareness to the impact of Indian boarding schools on Alaska Natives; New owners of Wasilla 4-plex surprised after DOT levels privacy trees Tenants living in the complex are concerned have safety concerns with the new landscape and more ->
KTOO: His grandmother was forbidden to speak Lingít in school. Now, school is helping him reclaim it.; Pentagon asks for proposals to build small nuclear power plant at Eielson and more ->
Alaska Native News: This Day in Alaska History-October 1st, 1909 and more ->
Fairbanks News Webcenter 11: Governor Dunleavy creates Office of Energy Innovation to boost renewables in Alaska and more ->
KINY: Anchorage man facing decades in prison after sex assault conviction; Kwethluk man arrested for attempted murder, attempted sex assault and more ->
KRBD: A Pennsylvania government boarding school saw students from southern Southeast Alaska more than 100 years ago and more ->
Simple Living Alaska: Processing Chickens & Canning Broth at the Cabin
WhatnDo I Know: Moose Loopish
By Tapoti Deb, World Wire: How safe is Seward, Alaska?

Gaetano’s Brick Oven

Guess what Anchorage? We are parked in South Anchorage on Old Seward for the winter. We are done moving around for this year. It was a great summer, thank you to the people of Eagle River and all those who came to visit us at Odd Man Rush Brewery. Thank you to all that came to the Spenard Food Truck Carnival, we will be back in the spring. Thank you everyone that came to one of Anchorages newest and best breweries Ravens Ring Brewing Company.
Good news! We will be open all winter long with some new exciting news as well stay tuned. In the meantime, come get some pizza.
11460 old Seward Hwy Tues-Sat 11-7 or check out our website Gaetano’s