907 Updates July 09, 2020

KTVA The Voice of Alaska: Upgrades being made to Potter Marsh pullouts for wildlife viewing; Lake Louise closed indefinitely due to vandalism, lack of care by campers; Eagle River Elementary scheduled to be back online in 2021; Big Lake Public Library gives incentives for summer reading and more ->

KTUU: Kenai police investigate teen’s beating caught on camera; Large police presence in the Spenard, APD says avoid the area; Meet The Creator: @live_free_run_far from Instagram; Health consortium to offer free virus testing in Sitka; Growing AK: Fairy Gardens and more ->

KTOO Public Media: Mask ordinance fails in Ketchikan; RavnAir cancels auction for remaining planes, calling rural hub service into question; Gardentalk – Pick your garlic scapes when they curl and more ->

Alaska Native News: Alaska National Guard Rescues Three Individuals During Two Overlapping Missions; Kodiak Drug Dealer/Substitute Teacher Sentenced to a Year and a Half in Federal Prison; One in Kasilof Arrested on Drug/Assault Charges after Disturbance Call; Fourth-of-July DUI High Visibility Enforcement Campaign Results Are In and more ->
Fairbanks News Webcenter 11: Department of Transportation seeks public input on Parks Highway improvements and more ->
Jennifer at KTOO: The Signal: Back to School
Craig Medred: Troubled success
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