SPONSORED: The one-day camp helps kids deal with losing a loved one to cancer.
Author: Presented by Alaska Native Tribal Health Consortium
Comments on off-road vehicles allowed on streets where you live?
Lisa Demer: Sudden crackdown on four-wheelers quiets Bethel streets and upsets residents
Excellent! I hope this plan will help others with teaching & learning. I really enjoy on-line courses. What are your thoughts?
Tegan Hanlon: How a rural Alaska school district with shrinking enrollment kept its class offerings up — online
Monies available through taxes from churches, marijuana sales, increased taxes on alcohol & cigarettes?
Nathaniel Herz: S&P warns it could drop Alaska credit rating again if state borrows money for pension shortfall
I hope the Supreme(s) allow the voters wishes. Two votes? How much money/time was spent on this? How much money/time will be spent on the appeal?
Nathaniel Herz: Judge overturns results in northern Alaska election, declaring Nageak the winner
I have listened to scanner’s and the broadcasts are not crystal clear. Maybe the sound quality has improved over the years. I enjoy the scanner page. I understand both sides of the issue. If Nixle alerts are best for safety, then that is what will have to be.
By: Jacki Tigg Mathis TURN THE ANCHORAGE POLICE SCANNER BACK ON NOW!!!
Congratulations Vivian Korthuis
Lisa Demer: For the first time, a woman leads this big Alaska Native organization. Her grandfather was a founder.
Liz Meredith; Pieces of Me: Rescuing My Kidnapped Daughter
Cabin Fever Gifts
650 W. 4th Ave.
Time: 6 p.m. – 8 p.m.
Book signing/Benefits AWAIC
Fireside Books (Palmer)
Time: 2 p.m. – 5 p.m.
Benefits Eva’s Program/Victims for Justice
Barnes and Noble (Anchorage)
Time: 6 p.m. – 8 p.m.
Seward Library w/ Seaview Community Center
Time: 6 p.m. – 8 p.m.
Mavis Muller’s Burning Basket Project
Meet Annika Niebuhr (left) from Berlin, Germany. Annika has been doing an artist-in-residency with me and the Burning Basket project for 7 weeks in full theme immersion. She was an invaluable assistant for Homer Burning Basket, EXPAND – Basket of Remembrance & Unburdening which was ignited and burned on Sept. 11. Then we journeyed on to Ketchikan to create this beauty as a gift for that unique community. RUNS DEEP – Basket of Respect & Appreciation was ignited and burned on Oct.1. My cup runneth over with gratitude, respect, appreciation, and love for this beautiful, fun, capable & viable person. Thanks for the laughs & tears as we merged our creativity & imagination with intense hard core strenuous labor of love to give a good gift. Oceans of emotions there at the terminal in Ketchikan as she departed to go back to Berlin. Annika, my friend, YOU inspire me. I look forward to future collaborations and until we meet again keep a fire burning in your heart.
Thank you Gov. Walker for trying to keep the PFD going.
Nathaniel Herz: Alaska today pays each qualified resident a $1,022 oil wealth dividend
The cost of rape kits is a barrier to use in many locations where the victim is billed for the collection of forensic evidence. Collecting a rape kit reportedly costs upwards of $1000. In some countries, reimbursement for the cost is contingent on the victim reporting the crime to police. In Japan, for example, a sexual assault victim must pay for the rape kit upfront, but police will reimburse medical fees if the victim reports the assault.
Victims of sexual assault in the United States faced similar hurdles until the 2005 reauthorization of Violence Against Women Act (VAWA), which requires states to pay for the cost of the rape kit regardless of the victim’s decision to report the assault to the police. Under the more recent 2013 VAWA reauthorization, which took effect in March 2015, victims also cannot be required to pay the upfront cost of the exam. States may still require victims to submit claims for the rape kit exams to their personal insurance providers, as long as they are not billed for a deductible or a copay.
Facts are the child let go of the leash, dog ran out into traffic and the driver did report hitting the dog. Not the fault of the driver, unfortunately he now lives with hitting and killing the animal.
Jerzy Shedlock: Anchorage police will not cite driver in death of boy’s service dog in training
UAA Fees “It varies~” How much bloat is in UAA’s costs? The Univeristy can not support itself, can UAA have an accredited accounting program? Make the courses pay for themselves and charge the students accordingly. How would you cut university costs?
Tegan Hanlon: Here are the next academic, administrative programs up for review at the University of Alaska
Dermot Cole: Fairbanks man offers $1,000 reward for information leading to best constitutional argument on dividend
“The letter can be addressed to your newspaper of choice, but to be eligible for the prize, you must send a copy of the letter to me,” he said.
Write him at: Charles L. Parr, 676 Old Steese Highway North, Fairbanks, AK 99712-2308.
October 4th and they already have the best photo’s~
Alaska Dispatch News: Photos: Best of October 2016
Taxes are usually popular by the recipient, not so much the payee
Zaz Hollander: Mat-Su voters reject commercial cannabis ban, but pot taxes popular
File your Police Report Online
If this is an emergency, call 911.
Please God, Give me one more oil boom, I promise not to piss it away~
Alex DeMarban: Caelus claims offshore Arctic oil discovery that could rank among Alaska’s biggest ever
Alaskan candidate apparently posts hundreds of photos of big-breasted women
William Quayle Jr. declined an interview with KTOO-FM but said in an email that he would not discuss his fetishes, and that he has original ideas that his competitors do not
Which security camera(s) do you use and why?
Now that everyone knows what to look for, in plain sight~
Author: Presented by Alaska Native Tribal Health Consortium Surviving breast cancer: one Alaskan’s story
SPONSORED: Sharing stories of cancer diagnosis and treatment requires an extra measure of bravery for survivors.
Comments on how this is paid for and resolved where you live?
Devin Kelly: Anchorage Downtown Partnership pushes 8-step safety plan