907 Updates February 09 & 10, 2022

KINY: Man found guilty in 1993 Alaska university killing case; Congressman Don Young introduces legislation to provide support for homeless and foster students and more ->
KTUU Alaska’s News Source: WATCH: U.S. Coast Guard rescue two fishermen from a sinking boat; Lakefront Anchorage Hotel owners dropping Iditarod sponsorship after nearly 30 years; The Anchorage Health Department gives a tour of the Sullivan Arena shelter and more ->
KTOO Alaska’s News Source: Ombudsman finds persistent problems at the Alaska Psychiatric Institute and more ->
KYUK Public Media for Alaska’s Yukon-Kuskokwim Delta: Bethel police arrest and charge man with first degree murder; Remembering the legacy of former state legislator and Emmonak community leader Martin B. Moore Sr. and more ->
Alaska Native News: Governor Dunleavy Establishes Alaska Food Security and Independence Task Force; This Day In Alaska History February 9th, 1907, February 10th, 1905 and more ->
Fairbanks News Webcenter 11: Joel Hard chosen as new Director of Village Public Safety Officer Operations and more ->
The Arctic Sounder: Scientists improve predictions for sea ice coverage and more ->
KSTK: New memorial scholarship honors commercial-fishing Wrangell siblings Sig & Helen Decker and more ->
The Seward Journal February 09 to February 15, 2022
KUCB: Historical evidence reveals Pacific cod fishery likely started a decade earlier than originally thought and more ->
anchoragemuseum Introducing “A.Kingdom,” a video projection on the museum’s facade that features a collection of works by Anchorage-based artist Justin DeWolf (@Aksel.g.life).
Craig Medred: Another weak year
By Josh Revak, Alaska Journal of Commerce: Biden administration needs to keep its promise to Alaska Native veterans
By GetNews, Digital Journal: New children’s book “A Trip on the Tundra Explorer” by Jacob Deskins is released, a story of a young student introducing his new teacher to the Alaskan wilderness and coming together to overcome anxiety
By Megan McDonald, Only In Your State Alaska: The Mount Alyeska Trail Is A Beautiful Hike In Alaska With A Mouthwatering Restaurant Right Along It