KTUU Alaska’s News Source: Volcano in eastern Russia could spread ash over sections of Alaska Main threat would be to aircraft flight plans; Anchorage woman in Poland helps raise over $28,000 for displaced Ukrainians and more ->
KTOO Alaska’s Public Media: When death arrives in Utqiaġvik, volunteer gravediggers answer the call; On Fridays in the Forest, Juneau teacher makes the outdoors his classroom; Wolverines, lynx and moose: Fish and Game screens wildlife for COVID and more ->
KYUK Public Media for Alaska’s Yukon-Kuskokwim Delta: The Kuskokwim Consortium Library in Bethel has been shortlisted for a national library medal; What voters need to know to cast a ballot in the June 11 special primary election for Alaska’s US House seat; There’s a new critical habitat designation for nayiit and makliit. Will it keep their numbers up? And more ->
Alaska Native News: Sharp increase in Alaska’s 2021 overdose deaths attributed to rise in fentanyl use; Alaskans invited to a free webinar April 14; Alaska Appeals over ANWR Boundary Dispute; This Day In Alaska History April 9th, 1915 and more ->
Fairbanks News Webcenter 11: Delta Junction man sentence to 32 months in prison for threats to senators and more ->
KINY: CBJ harbor officer recognized as hero; Man arrested in western Alaska village for stabbing his brother to death; ConocoPhillips Alaska says gas release source is controlled and more ->
KRBD: Ketchikan students among regional finalists in ‘I voted’ sticker contest; KRBD’s “Bleep” Sale KRBD’s “Bleep” Sale and more ->
KUCB: $34 million left for businesses in second round of Alaska’s pandemic relief program and more ->
By Matt Goff, Sitka Nature: Visiting Starrigavan Campground Residents
By Ian McAndrews on April 8th, 2022 in Sheldon Jackson Museum, Allie High Exhibit Closing PSA
The last day for the public to see the Sheldon Jackson Museum’s current Solo Show, Sanctuary, will be Friday, April 22, 2022. The second Solo Show Exhibition in the museum’s Alaska Native Solo Show Exhibition Series, Sanctuary, is an exhibition of masks and painted works on wood and canvas by Allie High (Tsimshian, Haida, Alutiiq).
Anchorage Patch: Head over to the Alaska Zoo on Apr. 23 for Alaska USA Kids Day! This family-friendly event features free entry (and cocoa) for children, as well as free coffee for the adults. (Facebook)
Anchorage Patch: University Of Alaska Anchorage: Nature’s Dance Over UAA’s Campus This particular CME hurtled out into the solar system at around 2 million miles per hour, reaching Earth in 2-3 days.