907 Updates May 31, 2019

KYUK Public Media for Alaska’s Yukon-Kuskokwim Delta: Stakes High In U.S. Attorney General’s Visit To Bethel, Napaskiak and more ->
By Ellie Baty: ‘I’m going to do my best to actually improve the situation’ U.S. Attorney General visits Galena
“All I can say is that I’m not a politician. I’m not here scurrying from flower to flower making promises. If I take on a problem I’m going to do my best to actually improve the situation,” Barr said, ” I’m here trying to learn more about it because I think back in Washington people are talking and they really can’t visualize the situation. You have to be able to hear it and see from the people.”

On Friday, the Attorney General will visit Bethel for the third day of his journey.
KTOO Public Media: BP and ExxonMobil commit up to $20 million to Alaska LNG; First phase of downtown Egan Drive construction begins Monday; Kids in space: Dillingham fourth-graders challenge the stars; Anchorage ‘re-entry walk’ offers glimpse of path out of prison; City struggles to keep up as junk cars continue piling up in Juneau and more ->
Fairbanks News Webcenter 11: THE DAILY DISPATCH 5-30-19; Koyukuk man charged with murdering his mother’s boyfriend out of ‘anger and vengeance’; Not guilty plea entered for man accused of pulling gun in road rage incident; Alaska Native News: JROTC Cadets Visit Alaska Air National Guard Wing and more -> Space Adventures offers aerial learning and more ->
The Homer Tribune: Students give school a facelift; Bunnell Street Arts Center unveils 2019 CSAs and more ->
The Arctic Sounder: FISH FACTOR: Study tracking North Pacific fish sees rise in variability; Lady M’s collect three golds at state track meet and more ->
Mat-Su Valley Frontiersman: Excessive call ordinance trapped; ‘Power of prayer’: local minister meets rescue crew that rescued him two years after his close encounter with fire and death; A love letter to Palmer and more ->
By Shane Lasley Mining News: Revealing Alaska’s critical minerals
Suzanne Downing Must Read Alaska: Tlingit history, culture thrive as Hoonah expands as destination and more ->
By Jill Burke: Use this online tool to research campus safety
By Scott Gross: Inside the Gates: Alaska soldiers deploy to Kosovo
By Cassie Schirm: May 31 is officially Katie John Day in Alaska
A senate bill establishing a day for Katie John is now law.

Gov. Mike Dunleavy signed Katie John Day into law Thursday, marking May 31 as the official day to celebrate John’s legacy.
By Hank Davis: Guardian Flight to hold memorial service for those lost in January accident.
The event is scheduled to take place at 1 p.m. on Friday, June 7th at the Juneau-Douglas High School auditorium.

The memorial will be held in remembrance of Pilot Patrick Coyle, Flight Paramedic Margaret Langston, Flight Nurse Stacie Morse and unborn daughter Delta Rae.
By Grant Robinson: MatSu study finds sportfishing economic impact falls $150 million since 2007
By Associated Press: Fifth gray whale found dead in Alaska near Chignik Bay
More than 60 dead gray whales have been found from Mexico to Alaska. NOAA Fisheries has declared the elevated rate an “unusual mortality event,” triggering a scientific investigation.