907 Updates September 02, 03 & 04, 2022

KTUU: Anchorage police are investigating suspicious death in Midtown; Bronson administration unveils winter homelessness plan; Mariculture in Alaska receives $49M in federal grant funding; Learn how to identify mushrooms at the Girdwood Fungus Fair and more ->

Alaska Native News: Wasilla Sexual Assault Suspect Shot and Killed during Arrest Attempt; Victim Assistance Advisory for Victims of Fraud, Identity Theft and Money Laundering in Check Fraud Scheme; This Day in Alaska History-September 2nd, 1935, This Day in Alaska History-September 3rd, 1941, This Day in Alaska History-September 4th, 1794 and more ->
The Arctic Sounder: Anaktuvuk Pass Elder shows the art of making caribou face masks to two Iñupiaq Studies teachers and more ->

KINY: Fairbanks Police Department begins manhunt for homicide suspect and more ->
Resurrection Bay Historial Society – September, 2022
This month’s Thursdays: Our History program at 7 pm Thurday, Sept. 15 will feature representatives of the Seward Mural Society and Qutekcak Native Tribe sharing details about the upcoming mural project. The mural will illustrate the unique history of Qutekcak and prominently shows the Jesse Lee Home along with local homesteader Mary Lowell and her daughters. Free and open to the public, the program will be held in the Community Room of the Seward Community Library & Museum.
KRBD: Decorated Ketchikan carvers and apprentices work on totem poles to be raised in Juneau; Ketchikan’s City Council not funding library campaign or reducing council pay and more ->

By Nancy Lord, ADN: Book review: A lover of winter asks what the world would be like without ice and snow
Fox Business: Alaska governor: We are intercepting enormous amounts of fentanyl