KTUU Alaska’s News Source: Anchorage woman recognized as CNN Hero, for work with Ukrainian refugee crisis
KTUU Alaska’s News Source: Telling Alaska’s Story: Alaska Picker Kelly Turney closes antique shop filled with history; Man arrested after ‘disrupting blasting activities’ at the landslide in Seward; Bird flu continues to spread across the state and more ->
KTOO Alaska’s Public Media: The Ironman race is coming to Juneau, and the city asked residents to house athletes and more ->
KYUK Public Media for Alaska’s Yukon-Kuskokwim Delta: KYUK won a regional Edward R. Murrow Award for journalism produced in 2021; Alaska Legislature OKs increase to rural power subsidy and more ->
Alaska Native News: Search for Sawyer Cippola Comes to Unfortunate End Sunday Afternoon on Pillar Mountain; Man Awaiting Murder Trial in Oregon Indicted for Another Murder in Alaska; Wasilla Man Sentenced for Killing Harbor Seal; Legislature enshrines Tribal Child Welfare Compact in Alaska Law; This Day In Alaska History May 16th, 1924, May 17th, 1906, May 18th, 1937 and more ->
KINY: US Coast Guard calls off search for a person overboard in Lynn Canal; State Troopers arrest Soldotna resident after multiple reports of aggressive behavior; Pair of Juneau volunteers honored by First Lady Rose Dunleavy and more ->
The Seward Journal May 18 to May 25, 2022
KFSK: Petersburg gears up for big Little Norway Festival and more ->
Starting on May 22, the Loussac Library will be closed on Sundays. The decision to close was made in order to improve patron services for more frequently used days. The Municipality of Anchorage remains committed to utilizing its resources in the most efficient and effective way possible to maintain services citywide.
Branch libraries will remain open Tuesday through Saturday during regularly scheduled hours. See full location and hours information at https://bit.ly/APLHoursAndLocations.
Hoopla Borrowing Limit Update
As part of Anchorage Public Library’s pandemic response, borrowing limits for Hoopla Digital were temporarily increased to ten borrows, per library card, per month. While we were thrilled to offer this increased service connecting patrons to digital materials, current APL collection budgets can no longer support the additional borrows.
Effective June 1- borrows will return to eight per library card, per month.
We encourage patrons to watch for quarterly “Bonus Borrow” promotions from Hoopla, which allow for unlimited borrows from their featured titles, as well as using the Alaska Digital Library through the free Libby App or online portal.
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