907 Updates January 22, 2021

KTUU Alaska’s News Source: Mother of daughter hit by vehicle tells driver it’s ‘not his fault’; Sitka man arrested for intentionally killing and running over ducks; Anchorage Animal Care & Control in need of rabbit adopters and more ->
KTOO Public Media: Haines police arrest man who threatened to ‘shoot up’ local clinic; Royal Caribbean scratches megaship from Alaska schedule ahd more ->
Alaska Native News: Multi-Agency Drug Interdiction Team Nabs Drug Traffickers; Anchorage Woman Sentenced for Filing False Income Tax Returns on Behalf of Other Individuals; This Day In Alaska History January 22nd, 1902 and more ->
Fairbanks News Webcenter 11: Fairbanks man indicted on federal gun charges; ExxonMobil becomes latest sponsor to sever Iditarod ties and more ->

The Arctic Sounder: Alaska Native Artist Residency Program applications available and more ->

Suzanne Downing, Editor, Must Read Alaska: Friday Newsletter, plus Club MRAK legislative report
Heavy metal in the U.S. Capitol
Congressman Don Young had to hand his knife to his wife Ann Young so he could go through the metal detector at the U.S. Capitol. Some reported it as a switchblade. It was folding knife. A reporter followed them to the elevator and asked if it was a knife, and Ann replied it was a piece of metal. Truthful. All Alaskans carry pieces of metal.
Suzanne Downing, Editor: Jan 21, 2021 – Club MRAK, Alaska Legislative Bulletin
Craig Medred: Confusion

Anchorage Press: Anchorage Folk Fest Goes Virtual and more ->
By Megan McDonald, Only In Your State Alaska: The Little Known Hot Springs in Alaska That’s Worth The Winter Trek