907 Updates June 30 & July 01, 2021

Craig Medred: The maverick
KTUU Alaska’s News Source: OneWeb successfully launches final satellites offering high-speed internet to Alaska; Bethel man guilty of sexual assault, incest attempts escape; Man and his dog reunited after bear attack on Kenai Peninsula; A ‘new direction’: Dave Bronson sworn in as Anchorage’s new mayor; Unique sculptures built at Alaska Botanical Garden and more ->
KTOO Alaska’s Pubic Media: Newly tested DNA sample led to arrest in 1993 rape case, Ketchikan police say; Soldotna lawmaker shares post likening health workers, journalists to Nazi war criminals; What to know about firework and COVID-19 safety during Fourth of July weekend in Juneau and more ->
KYUK Public Media for Alaska’s Yukon-Kuskokwim Delta: State Announces First Kuskokwim Bay Commercial Fishing Opening Of Season; State And Feds Say They Will Work Together To Prevent Confusion Around Fishing Regulations and more ->
Alaska Native News: Delegation Welcomes Over $20 Million in Funding to Improve Rural Alaska Airport Infrastructure; Coast Guard, State and Local Authorities Ramp Up for Heightened BUI Awareness, Enforcement Weekend; Alaska History and You June 30th, 1958; July 1st, 1935 and more ->
Fairbanks News Webcenter 11: Defendant convicted of second degree murder in death of Fairbanks man; Alaska’s Dr. Zink shares concerns about Delta variant, talks vaccine effectiveness and more ->
The Arctic Sounder Noorvik trooper retires after 27 years and more ->
By KINY: Crews find more partial human remains from 1952 Alaska crash; Two Indicted in Glacier Highway Fatality and more ->
KSTK: Wrangell’s police debut body-worn cameras and more ->
By Suzanne Downing, Editor, Must Read Alaska: Anchorage makes finalist list for top air cargo hub in the world and more -> Wednesday Newsletter — Hot off the press!
Yahoo.finance: Award-Winning “North to Alaska” Program Offers Princess Guests Authentic Local Experiences & Fresh Alaska Seafood for 2021 Summer Season
Alaska State Library: July First Friday: A Virtual Walk-Through of The Spirit Wraps Around You with Curator Steve Henrikson