907 Updates August 24, 2020

KTVA The Voice of Alaska: Court releases nurse practitioner charged in connection to overdose deaths; Troopers: 1 killed, 2 injured in Parks Highway crash; Rural Alaska teacher turns to virtual donations for student projects and more ->

KTUU: Programs available to provide supervision to virtual learners and more ->

KTOO Public Media: Alaska Supreme Court halts ‘No Name Bay’ land transfer to mental health trust and more ->


Alaska Native News: Fairbanks Man Drowns after Diving into Harding Lake; Sunday Parks Highway Collision takes the Life of Anchorage Woman, Injures Two and more ->

Fairbanks News Webcenter 11: Fairbanks police announce resignation of Police Chief Reeder, effective Monday and more ->
Suzanne Downing, Must Read Alaska: Mat-Su Fall Festival
Must Read Alaska Monday Newsletter – The Never Give Up Edition
The AMHS Reshaping Work Group takes suggestions about the future of Alaska’s ferry system. Over the next two weeks, there will be two public input sessions to participate in. Teleconferences are scheduled on Aug. 26, from 3 – 6 p.m., and Sept. 2, from 4 – 6 p.m. Questions and comments may also be emailed to DOT.AMH-Reshaping@alaska.gov.

In order to give all callers time to participate, comments will be limited to three minutes. Join the teleconference by dialing one of the following phone numbers:

For callers with a Juneau prefix: (907) 586-9085
For callers with an Anchorage Prefix: (907) 563-9085
All other callers toll-free: (844) 586-9085

Additional details are available at https://bit.ly/2Yo1p8E

Must Read Alaska Monday Newsletter – The Never Give Up Edition
Tulsi Gabbard deployed to Alaska: Hawaii Rep. Tulsi Gabbard left for Alaska on Thursday to begin a two-week deployment with the Hawaii National Guard. Gabbard, who ran for the Democratic presidential nomination, is helping Alaska Natives address various issues, including healthcare, construction, transportation, and cybersecurity, according to sources. Gabbard has been in Hawaii’s Army National Guard for 17 years, including two deployments to the Middle East. She chose not to seek reelection this year. Gabbard was 1 of 7 candidates who earned delegates during the Presidential primary. It has been a tradition that spanned decades for any candidate who earned a delegate to be offered a speaking slot at the convention. She confirmed that she was not invited.
Craig Medred: How we die
By Megan McDonald, Only In Your State Alaska: This Historic Bar Is Housed In A Building Older Than The State Of Alaska