907 Updates August 19, 2019

KTVA The Voice of Alaska: Update: Healy Canyon wall expected to be fixed by Tuesday, Alaska Railroad says and more ->

KTUU: Mat-Su fires prompt school closures; Furie Operating Alaska files for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection; GRAPHIC: Alaska’s record heat a killer for some salmon, researchers say and more ->
KTOO Public Media: With art exhibit, former Nome resident addresses the ‘collective trauma’ of indigenous suicide; Army and contractor begin planning to dismantle deactivated Fort Greely nuclear power plant; Gardentalk – ‘You can be the bee’ and more ->
KYUK Public Media for Alaska’s Yukon-Kuskokwim Delta: U.S. Coast Guard Orders LKSD To Remove Fuel From Napakiak Tanks By End Of Month and more ->
Alaska Native News: North Pole Driver Chasing, Confronting Speeder Jailed on Assault Charges; Coast Guard Picks up ATV Accident Victim from Saltery Cove Trail; Coast Guard Medevacs Man from Fishing Vessel near Uganik Bay and more ->
Fairbanks News Webcenter 11: McKinley Fire is about 2,000 acres, Evacuation orders still in place, and one lane open on Parks Highway; The Alaska Railroad cancels passenger service between Anchorage and Denali Park due to McKinley Fire; Nonprofit organization aims to restore historic sternwheeler and more ->
Angela Gonzalez, Athabascan Woman Blog: Traditional Ways of Life
Suzanne Downing Must Read Alaska: Stranger danger: Teenage girl does all the right things after being followed and more ->


A piece of wisdom for the governor from a sourdough: If you’re doing things right, you’re probably only going to be governor for just one term. Alaskans rarely reelect our governors, so don’t make decisions based on reelection. Just do the best you can with the information and advice you have.