907 Updates November 19, 2021

KTUU Alaska’s News Source: Documentary ‘Newtok’ premieres after 4 years of filming Digital streaming available through Nov. 28; Almost total lunar eclipse Thursday night visible across Alaska; Bronson’s proposed alcohol tax budget raises concerns over intent, long-term results and more ->
KTOO Alaska’s Public Media: Alaska’s tight rental market hampers progress on homelessness; Juneau property owners have lost every commercial property assessment appeal heard so far and more ->
KYUK Public Media for Alaska’s Yukon-Kuskokwim Delta: Kuskokwim River Salmon Management Working Group considers limits on boat traffic in tributaries to protect fish eggs and more ->
KINY: Artifical Intelligence speeds delivery of information for whale conservation; Alaska health officials say virus case numbers trending down and more ->
KSTK: WCA blesses ‘Together Tree’ headed for Governor’s Mansion; Mask mandate meeting cancelled after local case count drops and more ->
KFSK: U.S. Forest Service proposes restoring young-growth stands in central Southeast Alaska; Petersburg assembly strikes fines from masking law and more ->
KRBD: Ketchikan’s school board loosens mask rules as the community reckons with widespread COVID-19 and more ->
By Matt Goff, Sitka Nature: Bullied Birds
By Matt Goff, Sitka Nature: Windy and Wet
By Matt Goff, Sitka Nature: Northern Harrier and More
By Matt Goff, Sitka Nature: Late Fall Birds
Suzanne Downing, Editor, Must Read Alaska: Friday eclipse of the moon edition The sun set in Utqiagvik on Thursday and won’t be over the horizon again until January 26, at 1:26 pm. And more ->
Colleen Mondor, The Midnight Sun: MONDOR: The FAA’S latest Alaska aviation safety report harkens back to a whole lot of history
Edible Alaska: #16: On hunger and healing…
Edible Alaska: #17: “The old ways were better.”
Edible Alaska: #18: You know what’s not stuck on a container ship?
By Megan McDonald, Only In Your State Alaska: A Mysterious Woodland Trail In Alaska Will Take You To Original WWII Bunker Ruins