907 Updates September 17, 2021

KTUU Alaska’s News Source: Missing 85-year-old blind woman who was inside stolen vehicle found safe; Palmer homeowner holds alleged burglars until authorities arrive after catching them in his home; ‘Go With the Flow’ event to release water from Eklutna Lake into the Eklutna River Since 1929, water from the lake has not flowed naturally downstream uninterrupted and more ->
KTOO Alaska’s Public Media: Anchorage refugee assistance program gets ready for up to 100 people fleeing Afghanistan; New Seacoast Trust endowment will support Indigenous-led conservation and development projects; ‘Amazing to see it happening’: Team Rubicon volunteers help with Haines storm cleanup; Juneau may adopt new hazard maps downtown, but some residents want to wait and more ->
KYUK Public Media for Alaska’s Yukon-Kuskokwim Delta: Nearly Half Of Bethel Police Are Unvaccinated And Live Out Of Town. They Could Lose Their Jobs; LKSD Hires Teachers From The Philippines To Address Staffing Shortage and more ->
Alaska Native News: Wasilla Woman being Served Arrest Warrant Burns down House before giving up; Nome disregards court order, continues to delay justice for Clarice “Bun” Hardy; Criminal Charges Filed in Los Angeles and Alaska in Conjunction With Seizures of 15 Websites Offering DDoS-For-Hire Services; This Day In Alaska History September 17th, 1868 and more ->
KRBD: Alaska’s ferry link to Prince Rupert, B.C. looks likely to resume; Men’s march against violence set for Saturday in Ketchikan; Arts Council Report and more ->
Fireside Books presents Shelf Awareness for Readers for Friday, September 17, 2021
Suzanne Downing, Editor, Must Read Alaska: Friday – It’s Constitution Day, so pull out that ragged copy of our founding documents and see what’s in there and more ->