907 Updates October 08, 2021

KTUU Alaska’s News Source: Anchorage resident united with family members who escaped Afghanistan; ‘It’s way too small’: Palmer Food Bank to relocate; Interruptions, outbursts return to Anchorage Assembly as public hearing stretches into 6th night Contracted security left the chambers early and Bronson’s administration removed a plexiglass barrier that was part of assembly’s COVID-19 mitigation and more ->
KTOO Alaska’s Public Media: TikTok fans flock to Sitka’s Raptor Center and more ->
KYUK Public Media for Alaska’s Yukon-Kuskokwim Delta: YKHC says students are safer in schools than out of them. LKSD’s COVID-19 transmission levels support that claim and more ->
Alaska Native News: Alaska Fishermen ask Governor Dunleavy and North Pacific Fishery Management Council to Change Course on Fisheries Management; StrongHearts Native Helpline Becomes Independent Organization; Geophysics professor wraps up voyage exploring Amerasia Basin’s origin; This Day In Alaska History October 8th, 1914 and more ->
Suzanne Downing, Editor, Must Read Alaska: Friday Newsletter — Have the leftists on the Anchorage Assembly pushed the public too far?
Craig Medred: Unvestigative journalism
Morris Thompson Cultural and Visitors Center plans to go live.
Sterling DeWilde delves us into the world of moose hunting in Alaska. He vividly describes what it was like growing up in the bush and having moose hunting as an essential way to survive and provide for the family. Sterling also explains the importance of passing these traditions on to youth to preserve and perpetuate Alaska Native culture.
Watch live at https://www.morristhompsoncenter.org/live