907 Updates December 06, 2018

KTUU: Former Alaska hockey coach sentenced for abusing children, possessing child porn
By Leroy Polk: 30 years later, ex-Alaska karate instructor arrested for sexually abusing girls
By Daniel Kirby: Fairbanks police investigating August shooting death of husky
By Megan Mazurek: Rhonda McBride honored for storytelling by Anchorage Assembly
By Cassie Schirm: WATCH: Anchorage couple catches ‘ding dong ditching’ moose
By Victoria Taylor: Earthquake emotions, words on paper: Spenard business to host special story time
By Elizabeth Roman: Gruening Middle School students relocating to Chugiak High School
By Leroy Polk: The M7.0 left Alaska shaken, and the aftershocks keep coming. Here’s how it looks in the Earth’s crust
By Taylor Perez: Businesses are offering sales after the earthquake to give back to the community
KTOO Public Media: Dunleavy and his supporters celebrate inauguration in Wasilla, Juneau officials seek public input on how to spend marine passenger fee revenue, Human rights complaint filed over transboundary mining in British Columbia and more->
What’s shakin’ at the Anchorage Public Library
EVENT: Episode Screening “1964 Earthquake”
PBS and Alaska Public Media are providing a free screening of “We’ll Meet Again with Ann Curry” to Anchorage Public Library! This episode will be trying to reunite friends separated by the 1964 earthquake. Anchorage Public Library staff were thrilled to participate in the production of this episode. Staff members provided research assistance, and some filming took place in Loussac Library. Come share in the experience before it airs on TV, learn how you can find your story using library resources and meet the community members featured in the episode. Learn More HERE

EVENT: Teen Open Mic @ Loussac

Recently featured in a story on Alaska Public Media our teen open mic nights give performers age 13-18 a chance to take center stage. Need to sing? Do you play an instrument? Want to read your poetry? Join us for some open mic sessions to practice your skills in front of a live audience. Teens email our Teen Librarian to sign up.
Winter updates from Amy Meissner
‘And Now We Rise: A Portrait of Samuel Johns’