907 Updates July 16, 2019

KTVA The Voice of Alaska: 84 wildfires burning in US, 58 in Alaska; many started by lightning; Anchorage gets more rain in one weekend than it did in all of June and more ->

KTUU: The City of Whittier declares a State of Emergency following a July dock fire; Anchorage unveils largest state rooftop solar project; Head of US Forest Service visits Alaska’s Tongass Forest; DOT: This year’s construction projects are still a go; Alaska Rug Company brings creative, nautical-themed designs to the White House and more ->
KTOO Public Media: Five fishermen rescued near Ketchikan; Rural Alaskans brace for impact as Power Cost Equalization funds disappear; Gardentalk – Harvest potential exploders before the big rain and more ->
KYUK Public Media for Alaska’s Yukon-Kuskokwim Delta: Former City Planner Betsy Jumper Fired; Celebrating Nick Phillips’ 30 Years Of Delivering Water To Bethel Residents and more ->
Alaska Native News: Willow Suspect takes Troopers on 65-Mile Chase down Parks Highway; DOT&PF Seeks Public Review of 2019/2020 Winter Ferry Schedule; The Rulemaking Process for an Alaska-Specific Roadless Rule: What’s the Point? More ->
Fairbanks News Webcenter 11: Construction Report: Mitchell Expressway reopening delayed near Geist; Eielson welcomed more than 12,000 people at the ‘Arctic Lightning Airshow’ and more ->
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