907 Updates October 12, 13, 14 & 15, 2022

KTUU: Last Frontier Honor Flight braves elements during D.C. trip; Ben Stevens dies at 63; Anchorage police ask for help finding woman last seen in Turnagain Heights; Feeding the hungry, one sandwich at a time: Anchorage man urges others to help and more ->

KTOO: Kroger and Albertsons plan merger to combine 2 largest supermarket chains; Teen kills brown bear outside Sitka home and more ->
Alaska Native News: The Man Who Knew Moose Like No Other; Anchorage Man Pleads Guilty, Sentenced to Pay $4,000 Fine for Violating Marine Mammal Protection Act; This Day in Alaska History-October 12th, 1930; This Day in Alaska History-October 13th, 1905; This Day in Alaska History-October 14th, 1915; This Day in Alaska History-October 15th, 1904 and more ->

KINY: Native American boarding school victims to speak of abuse and more ->


The Seward Joural October 12 to October 18, 2022
KFSK: Beat the Odds Makes Cancer Care in Petersburg a Little Easier and more ->
Craig Medred: Predator vs prey
Craig Medred: Everyone dies

By Caroleine James, Wrangell Sentinel: Landers shares her new Wrangell-based novel with the community: Landers shares her new Wrangell-based novel with the community

Daily News Miner: Author James Bartlett will present two talks this week on his book, “The Alaskan Blonde,” which delves into a notorious 1953 murder that took place in downtown Fairbanks. News-Miner composite

AFAR: New Alaska Native Culture Guide Informs Travelers About the State’s Rich Indigenous Experiences The guide aims to help visitors respectfully interact with Alaska’s 229 sovereign nations.
KINY: True Crime Juneau – Juneau Author Betsy Longenbaugh and Ed Schoenfeld – Capital Chat 10-11-22 PT.1