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907 Updates October 26, 2016

By Dan Bross, KUAC – Fairbanks  Fairbanks campus rape case draws scrutiny

 

Annie Zak: Rockfall inside tunnel closes the road to Whittier

 

Where are the monies supposed to come from?
Alex DeMarban: Facing opposition, Alaska Gov. Walker halts pension bond sales

 

 

907 Updates October 25, 2016

Shout out for social media!  We heard the gunshot and resultant sirens.  I went on to FB’s Anchorage Scanner Joe page and learned it was at the Holiday station close to our house.  Next door neighbor sent me a message asking if I knew what was happening and I was able to tell her what & where. Fortunately no worries about a gunman possibly running through the neighborhood.
Chris Klint: Man critically wounded in shooting at South Anchorage service station

 

One bullet for abusers.  Maybe lengthy stay somewhere safe for her. How do you untwist her life?
Paula Dobbyn: First Alaska woman charged with possessing child pornography gets no jail time

 

Thank you Jon Katcher!
Charles Wohlforth:  The Alaska lawyer who took 22 cases to protect kids from domestic violence — for free

 

Laurel Andrews: Alaska’s first marijuana store could open this week as product testing begins

 

Same old story
Suzanna Caldwell: With little funding left, Palmer slaughterhouse faces a new threat

 

By Virginia Kruta: Feminist Says the Name of an Alaskan Beer Created by Women Promotes Rape

 

Huh?~
PnB Rock Is Surrounded by Women in New “Alaska Video”

 

Adam Goldman, The New York Times:  Missing persons case: Where are women in the FBI’s top ranks?
It took another two decades before Burdena G. Pasenelli, known as Birdie, was appointed the first female agent to run a field office. Her assignment? Anchorage, Alaska, which was not then, or now, at the center of the action.

Mike Carter: Burdena Pasenelli, female pioneer in the FBI and former Seattle police officer, dies at 71

 

 

 

907 Updates October 23-24, 2016

Did you participate?
Devin Kelly: Anchorage’s mayor asked residents for ideas. Here’s what people suggested.  
Idea for Anchorage Weblink

Chicken Coops an attractive nuisance?
Zaz Hollander:  Brown bear with 2 cubs killed near Seward after raiding chicken coops

 

Jerzy Shedlock: Short on staff, Anchorage police records division falls behind on report requests

 

Outlaw booze & knives?
Michelle Theriault Boots: Murder charges: Selawik man stabbed his uncle 20 times with butcher knife

 

Congratulations Bang-On Roulet!
Video: Halloween pumpkin carving tips from Anchorage master food sculptor

 

Favorite Food Truck? Have you ever worked a food truck?
Suzanna Caldwell:  Anchorage food trucks get ready to face one of their biggest challenges: Winter

 

Bob Hallinen: Halloween-themed pistol party offers live-fire training for the zombie apocalypse

 

Hope Miller: ‘Mountain Men’ calendar shows the quirky, sensitive sides of Alaska men

 

Tegan Hanlon:  From Hmong to Sinhalese, over 100 languages are represented in Anchorage schools

 

 

907 Updates October 22, 2016

Alaska Dispatch News Photos: First real snow of the season in many Alaska cities

 

Why not do a better job of protecting the chickens?  Wooop! Woop! Solution that costs them money.
Zaz Hollander:  Seward chicken owners plagued by ‘rogue’ bears want state to take them out

 

Miscarriage, also known as spontaneous abortion and pregnancy loss, is the natural death of an embryo or fetus before it is able to survive independently.
I believe that money could have been better spent on children who need it. Maybe donate items to a shelter or foster kids, orphanage, traumatized children, etc.   Against Abortion? Do not have one.
Nathaniel Herz: Alaska to pay $1 million in legal fees after losing abortion-related lawsuit

 

 

907 Updates October 20-21, 2016

How much is the “upper management” D-head being paid?  How do you financially compensate the disabled man?  If you, as an employer, have the opportunity to hire a disabled person or an ex-con, what are your determining factors? I believe employers can be compensated for hiring criminals and disabled persons.
Chris Klint: Federal agency sues Salvation Army over rejection of disabled applicant for Wasilla store

 

Smart move financially and sense of community: How about asking UAF & UAA, with professional oversite, to create these projects?  Plus have students, apprentices do a majority of the physical labor.  It could count towards credit & work hours.
Devin Kelly: Advocates for Anchorage’s bike trail system envision extensive new links

 

Stereotyping using pictures of trailer parks, lower income range apartment buildings?
 On ’roundup day,’ Anchorage police seek suspects in domestic violence cases
Tegan Hanlon: Officers looked for the people wanted on outstanding warrants for charges including assault, theft and criminal mischief.

 

Pot train?  “Smoking cars?” How many pudding cups and bags of doritos will a rxr car hold? Train robberies make a comeback big time?
Alex DeMarban: Alaska Railroad sees hope in marijuana industry and elsewhere as profits drop

 

Chris Klint:  Snow season arrives in Southcentral Alaska, and drivers are sliding

 

Erik Hill:  Opera flash mob delights Clark Middle School students

 

Rick Sinnott: Junk car graveyard on Kincaid Park bluff gets helicopter-assisted cleanup

 

 

907 Updates October 19, 2016

Dad should be fired. Son should serve a lengthy prison sentence.
2 INVESTIGATES: Legislative staffer sought to change law during son’s sexual abuse of a minor case

 

 

 

 

standownva

Office of Veterns Affairs  
FALL STANDDOWN – ANCHORAGE
Fri, October 21, 8:30am – 4:00pm
North Terminal, Anchorage, AK 99502, USA (map)
Contact Toni Morse
Stand Down, Inc.
PO Box 92135
Anchorage, AK 99509
toni.morse@hud.gov
Phone: 907-677-9833 (work)
Fax: 907-677-9803

or
Jeff Arnold
Stand Down Chair
PH: 907.428.6350
FAX: 907.428.6972

 

 

Author: Laurel Andrews  Anchorage elementary school apologizes after anti-marijuana message goes out to parents

 

By Craig Medred True Fish War

Deckboss: Alaska commercial fishing news and notes

 

Author Chris Bieri:  Women of the World unites cultures through song

 

25TH COMMEMORATIVE ANNUAL GOLD RUSH TRAIL SLED DOG MAIL RUN 2017
JAN. 26 – 29 2017 MAIL RUN 25th ANNUAL

 

Skinny Raven
November 1, 2016
Raven Run Club Winter Program
(907) 274-7222
jc@skinnyraven.com
Why wait until the new year to get into shape? Hold yourself accountable through the winter months! This is an all level group. Tuesday’s workouts will focus on speed, Thursday will incorporate a tempo run and Saturdays will be a long run. This group is a great way to stay in shape through the winter months.

Get yourself ready for a strong spring training schedule and tackle all of your summer racing goals without the injuries that come from winter running hibernation. A Raven Run Club tech shirt and a 4 month membership to The Alaska Dome are included in your registration!

Questions? Contact Hallidie Wilt at hallidie@skinnyraven.com
*Registration fees are non-refundable. Fees can be deferred to any other Raven Run Club prior to the start day.*

 

After you run~

quickieburger

Spenard, AK
Quickie Burger
1087 West 27th Ave.
Black food truck
Open Mon-Sat 11am-7pm
Great news everyone
1. Quickie burger will stay open for November. Maybe the entire winter
2. Indoor dining area will open next week
3. We are closing for one day on Monday the 24th to winterize the truck. See you all starting Tuesday

 

 

 

907 Updates October 18, 2016

Congratulations Marjorie Tahbone!
Lisa Demer: An ‘elder in training’ teaches an attentive crowd at the Elders and Youth Conference how to butcher a seal

 

Congratulations Joan Inga Barnowsky!
Lisa Demer:  Young girl takes the stage to urge Native values of taking care of land, each other

 

Congratulations Staff Sgt. Andrew McNamara!
Beth Bragg: JBER airman brings home world skeet shooting championship

 

Alex DeMarban:  New Anchorage LIO a step down, but remodel planned over time

 

 

907 Updates October 17, 2016

Anyone with information about the shooting is to call the Fairbanks Police Department at 907-459-6800.
Author’s Ben Anderson, Michelle Theriault Boots:  Fairbanks police officer seriously injured in shooting; suspect at large

Dash-cam video: Fairbanks police officer injured in shooting

 

Author Mike Dunham: What became of the places where Alaskans were held captive in WWII? A historian traveled to Japan to find out.

 

Where was the dog, is there any back story to this?
Author: Michelle Theriault Boots  Big Lake man arrested, charged with shooting neighbor’s dog

 

Author: Lisa Demer  The AFN convention gets underway in Fairbanks this week. Why it’s a must for candidates running for statewide office.

 

Author: Mike Dunham  After 70-year-old records come to light, technology lets voices of Attu be heard again

 

Comments?
Author: Geoff Kirsch  Nothing makes you appreciate living here like leaving here

 

 

907 Updates October 15, 2016

Zaz Hollander, Yereth Rosen:  Uncontrolled wildfire burning near Sutton

 

Chris Klint: Cold-case DNA match sends Alaska kidnapping, rape suspect to Nevada

 

Chris Klint: Marshals in Texas arrest teen accused of shooting woman in Russian Jack

 

Ned Rozell: Ghost towns scattered across Alaska map

wiki Category: Ghost towns in Alaska

 

907 Updates October 14, 2016

Devin Kelly: City says Northern Lights Inn violates Anchorage’s derelict building laws

 

Lisa Demer:  Woman who left Alaska while under investigation now accused in Massachusetts killing of 95-year-old

 

Cost  =  Pressure
Laurel Andrews: Citing consumer pressures, Premera holds on to pre-‘Obamacare’ plans

 

Shady Grove Oliver, The Arctic Sounder: Barrow voters support name change to ‘Utqiagvik’

 

Separation of Church and State~  Political parties according to religious affiliation?
Annie Zak: New rules restrict who can give invocations before Kenai Borough Assembly meetings