907 Updates February 24, 2020

KTVA The Voice of Alaska: Considerable avalanche danger in western Chugach and Kenai mountains, officials say; Anchorage Boat Show kicks off $587M industry in Alaska; Alaska Native groups seek seat at table for ferry talks and more ->
KTUU: Department of Law to investigate contract for Dunleavy political donor’s grandson; Florida boy’s snowy wish granted in Alaska; Raising awareness of child abuse, one act of kindness at a time ; Team 7’s Tyler Aklestad and Nick Olstad win 2020 Iron Dog; NAACP Youth Summit held in Anchorage and more ->
Alaska Native News: After Sunday Car Chase on Parks and Glenn Highway, Suspect Escapes Arrest near Anchorage and more ->
By mike Wall, space.com: Stealthy startup Astra’s bid to win $12 million DARPA Launch Challenge lifts off next week
Courtesy of Suzanne Downing’s Must Read Alaska:Temporary flight restrictions for Kodiak

A trio of rocket launches will take place Feb. 25-27 from Kodiak’s Pacific Spaceport Alaska launch facility.

This series is from Astra Space, a California-based rocket-maker attempting its first orbital mission as part of the $12 million Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) challenge. Read all about it at Space.com.
Athabascan Woman Blog: Caroline Tritt-Frank – Gwich’in Language Educator
Barbara Brown, Our Third Thirds: Why I Light this Candle
Barbara Brown, Our Third Thirds: The Illness Lesson
Craig Medred: Evolution