907 Updates June 20, 2020

KTVA The Voice of Alaska: Dozens of Alaskans show support for APD during pro-police rally; Young anglers can fish for king salmon in Ship Creek this weekend; Mayor signs emergency order allowing for additional outside seating in bars, eateries and more ->
KTUU: Two Anchorage women charged after months-long crime spree; Headed South? Prepare for backups on the Seward Highway; Little Su message in a bottle mystery solved and more ->
KTOO Public Media: Feds drop charges for released California inmate who allegedly violated coronavirus quarantine; Tribal governments have been waiting since April for permission to hunt during pandemic and more ->


Alaska Native News: Artificial intelligence could revolutionize sea ice warnings; World traveler visits South Fairbanks; Proposed seismic surveys in Arctic Refuge likely to cause lasting damage and more ->

Fairbanks News Webcenter 11: Borough Assembly meetings now allow participation in person or telephonically; B-52 Bombers conduct operations out of Eielson Air Force Base; Gardening Tips: 7 steps for planting a successful tree and more ->

The Arctic Sounder: Student graduates high school with associate degree; Inupiat charter school opening this fall and more ->

Craig Medred: Pay up
49 Writers Blog: Writing to Distance: Rodger Carlyle
“Still, Dear, This quinine might help us get through this.”

“You’re just one of those MAGA men. Don’t expect me to buy into that nonsense.”

“Okay, Madge, I guess you don’t want this Gin and Tonic then.”

Rodger is a writer and businessman. He has been writing for fifteen years, mostly as a ghost writer for politicians and collaborating with other writers on adventure series and thrillers.
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