907 Updates November 18, 2021

KTUU Alaska’s News Soure: Alaska Native Heritage Center seeking traditional akutaq makers; AEDC and Anchorage airport team up for Alaska shipping initiative, hoping to relieve West Coast supply chain woes; How to have happy chickens living above the Arctic Circle and more ->
KTOO Alaska’s Public Media: Kenaitze Tribe’s craft classes help elders socialize and learn new skills; Aleutian Airways delays launch of its service to Unalaska to ‘tighten up’ safety; Alaska needs more construction workers to get infrastructure projects off the ground and more ->
KYUK Public Media for Alaska’s Yukon-Kuskokwim Delta: The Yup’ik Immersion School in Bethel will represent the state of Alaska in the nation’s capital this Christmas and more ->
Alaska Native News: Final Arrests made in Russian Mission Attempted Murder/Crimes Investigation; Bristol Bay Tribes encouraged by EPA timeline for process to consider protections; This Day In Alaska History November 18th, 1959 and more ->
Fairbanks News Webcenter 11: Opportunities for careers in local trades can be found at the 2021 Apprenticeship EXPO; Fairbanks community member spearheads birthday bag fundraiser for food bank and more ->
KSTK: Substance abuse treatment company expresses interest in former Wrangell Medical Center and more ->
Juneay Empire: ‘Tidal Echoes’ puts out the call for submissions “Tidal Echoes” is accepting submissions now through Dec. 1.
Craig Medred: Misinformation madness