907 Updates December 20, 2019

KTVA The Voice of Alaska: Two men argued over drugs, alleged affair before fatal shooting at Mt. View Holiday gas station; Court docs: Black Angus Inn homicide suspect known as ‘Joey Snow’ left Alaska; Settlements over payroll error cost Municipality of Anchorage $16 million; Murkowski: Nation must ‘harden’ energy infrastructure in fire risk areas and more ->
KTUU: Middy Johnson; musher & pancake maker, passes away; In Nome, review of rape ‘cold cases’ hits a wall; Federal bill extends payments for rural Alaska communities and more ->
KTOO Public Media: Sand Point’s fish plant closed for the winter because there’s not enough cod; Petersburg borough assembly defeats on-street ATV law; Underwater rock blasting gets underway near Ketchikan’s cruise ship berths and more ->
KYUK Public Media for Alaska’s Yukon-Kuskokwim Delta: Former Principal Chris Carmichael Has Two Prior Allegations Of Inappropriate Behavior With Minors; Why Chris Carmichael Served As Principal For Months After Allegation Of Inappropriate Behavior; Lower Kuskokwim School District Fires Former Bethel Elementary School Principal Chris Carmichael; After Former Gladys Jung Elementary School Principal’s Arrest, Parents Face Difficult Conversations and more ->
Alaska Native News: Coast Guard Wraps Up 2019 Statewide Inspection Initiative in Alaska and more ->
Fairbanks News Webcenter 11: Fairbanks woman charged with September credit union robbery; New reports from Cold Climate Housing Research Center show investment in energy efficiency pays off and more ->
KODIAK, Ark. (PRWEB): Author Glenn Yngve’s new book “Double, Double, Oil and Trouble” is the latest riveting installment in the Danny Slayer series of suspenseful detective novels.
KNOM: 2019 at KNOM: Year in Review

By Steve Heimel, APRN Contributor: Hear and share holiday greetings all across the state in our annual two-hour holiday special
HOST: Steve Heimel

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Suzanne Downing Must Read Alaska: Goldman Sachs dumps on Alaska while investing in Russian Arctic oil and more ->
By Amy Carney: Creative Play for Ages 5 and Under, Christmas Cookies & Ornament Making
On Saturday, December 21 from 10-11am, join us at the Sheldon Jackson Museum for our Creative Play – our new free program for children ages 5 and under. Creative Play focuses on fostering social skills, movement, and creativity and gives parents and their youth 5 and under a place to gather for imaginative play with sensory toys. A parent must be present and should call 747-8981 to register.

Also happening on Dec. 21st is a Cookies & Crafts ornament making event, a free event for all children of all ages happening Noon until 3:30pm or until supplies run out. This program does not require registration, but requires a parent be present.

Winter hours at the Sheldon Jackson Museum 10am to 4pm Tuesday through Saturday, except holidays. Winter admission is $5 for adults and $4 for seniors. Visitors 18 and under are admitted free of charge. Accommodations are available for visitors with a disability. Please contact the museum for more information at 907.747.8981.